How To Deal With Sudden Pain In The Spine?

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Greetings..how do you overcome the mid-spine discs until there is a lump .. If pressed very painful .. Thank you ..

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Hi CH,

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Kecitit is usually used by ordinary people to describe the pain that appears suddenly in the spine due to pinched nerves. This condition like this actually cannot be concluded haphazardly without a direct doctor's examination. Because, in addition to nerve cramps, there are many more conditions that can cause pain in the spine.

Pinched spinal nerves can make sufferers feel extreme pain, accompanied by other complaints, such as tingling or numbness in the hands or feet, weakness of the hands or feet, bowel obstruction or disruption, and so on. These spinal nerves can occur for a variety of reasons, often due to injury, excessive spinal strain, spinal curvature abnormalities (such as scoliosis or kyphosis), tumors, to infections that push the spine. Some of the causes of this pinched nerve can also cause the appearance of signs of inflammation, such as swelling (bumps appear), redness, and so on the area around the spine.

In addition to pinched nerves, as mentioned above, many more conditions can trigger pain in the spine, for example fibromyalgia, kidney stones, post herpetic neuralgia, peripheral neuropathy, pre menstrual syndrome, viral or bacterial infections, ovarian cysts, intestinal inflammation, rheumatoid arthritis , etc. Differentiating these various conditions certainly requires a direct examination from a doctor.

Therefore, if you feel extreme pain in the area around your spine, we recommend that you consult a doctor or neurologist. That way, the doctor can certainly give you the best treatment, for example by administering drugs, special corsets, surgeries, and so on.

In the meantime, go through the following steps:

Do not massage or squeeze painful vertebrae and bumps Compress painful vertebrae with warm water. Get plenty of rest. Wear comfortable clothes. Reduce tiring activities first, and make you bend over or lift heavy loads. Take paracetamol as a pain reliever (if necessary). help huh ..

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