How To Treat Back Pain After Giving Birth?
Morning, I’m Maria housewife, my age is now 38 years old, I often suffer from low back pain right down to the right lower abdomen, when I was pregnant, lumbago suddenly disappeared, but after giving birth her back pain appeared again and got worse, especially when I wake up, because my position is tilted to breastfeed, what I want to ask is what medicine I can take while I am breastfeeding
The emergence of low back pain that feels severe or worsening should not be ignored because pain is one of the signals (signs) from the body to inform the existence of interference with the tissue or organ. Here are some conditions that can cause your complaint:
Disorders of the muscles or nerves in the waist area Disorders of the spine, for example pinched nerves Disorders of the urinary tract, for example kidney stones Disorders of the reproductive organs, for example ovarian cysts, endometriosis You should avoid conditions or positions that cause pain and check yourself directly the doctor to ascertain the cause of the complaint so that appropriate handling steps can be given.
The doctor will ask for a history of your complaints, conduct a physical examination and supporting examinations if needed. Supporting examinations that can be recommended by doctors is an ultrasound examination or X-ray. Do the examination if it is recommended by your doctor because it can greatly help the doctor to confirm the diagnosis of the cause of your condition.
If the complaint is caused by a disruption in the reproductive organs, the doctor can prescribe hormonal drugs and NSAID class of pain medications such as ibuprofen or mefenamic acid to overcome the complaint. If the complaint is caused by kidney stones, the doctor will evaluate the size of the kidney stone to determine whether surgery procedures are needed or not.
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