Headache Back To The Spine Every Night?
In the morning, I find I am 21 years old. R nI almost every night I feel an unnatural headache that spreads to my spine, I have been drinking analgetic pct but it never goes away. R nTill hold the pain until shortness of breath .. r nSometimes the spine feels very sore .. r nWhat are the symptoms of the disease?
Hello, Afinda, thank you for asking HealthReplies.com.
Headaches that spread to pain in the spine area (can be from the neck to the coccyx) can be caused by an infectious cause (for example in infection of the lining of the brain and spinal cord / meningitis, headache and stiffness can occur in the neck) injury to muscles, joints, or nerves of the spine; disorders of the structure of the spine (for example, nerve clamping); stiffness of the joints of the spine; there is irritation of the lining of the brain and spinal cord (for example due to bleeding).
The cause can be found by consulting a doctor, direct physical examination by the doctor, and carrying out any supporting examinations that may be needed, such as x-rays, CT-scans, MRI, complete blood tests, and so on. Immediately consult a doctor if you experience pain that does not relieve with pain medications such as paracetamol or ibuprofen, fever, neck stiffness, fainting / seizures, a history of infection / cold cough, weakness or decreased sensitivity in some parts of the body, nausea / vomiting, and decreased vision.
Some things you can do to prevent worsening are:
1. Avoid lifting / pulling heavy objects and pushing too hard.
2. Complete rest.
3. Giving warm compresses / analgesic cream to the painful area.
4. Position the body and head properly and comfortably while sleeping.
5. Immediately consult a doctor.
That's all, hopefully it's useful.
Greetings, dr. Sarah Rizqia.