Is Low Back Muscle Spasm Dangerous?
Morning, I am aulia revelation .. sorry I want to ask, I have 2 weeks of back pain that is very difficult to move .. after I rontgent the results like that .. please explain … is that dangerous and what is the solution ..?
Thank you for the question.
Muscle spasm can occur anywhere in the body, including around the lower back near the waist (paralumbal area) as you experience it. Muscle spasm can cause the surrounding area to be painful, stiff, and difficult to move. The trigger for this condition can range from aging, dehydration, hormonal fluctuations (such as during pregnancy), lack of minerals (especially potassium, calcium, and magenium), blood flow that is not smooth (such as due to the influence of arteriosclerosis), nerve disorders (such as nerves clamping, multiple sclerosis, diabetic neuropathy), thyroid gland abnormalities, abnormal liver function, and so on. This condition can be dangerous, or may not, depending on the cause.
However, it seems you need to understand, that interpreting the results of X-ray examination is not enough just with a brief description like this. You need to bring the results of the examination directly to the doctor or neurologist who is examining it, so that the doctor can compare the results with other tests that have been done (including for example neurological examination, CT scan, urine test, etc.), then proper treatment can be given .
Frequently, if it is true that muscle spasm is the trigger of pain in your waist, then this condition is not dangerous and can be improved by administering several types of drugs balanced by good posture when exercising. Do not forget, you also need to make the following efforts so that complaints do not worsen:
Take paracetamol while compressing the waist with warm water or ice cubes to reduce the pain
Expand the break, choose a flat sleeping pad, not too soft
Also consume balanced nutritious foods, especially those containing rich calcium, potassium, magnesium, and vitamin B complex
Do not smoke, let alone consume alcohol
Do not carelessly massage the painful area
Never hold back urination
Expand to do stretching back and waist, such as swimming, yoga
Hope this helps ...