my mother was 48 years old last week she complained of joint pain in the left tailbone area, after checking u0026amp; neurologist physician X’s calcification u0026amp; narrowing of the coccyx. After routinely taking medication until now the mother still has complaints of pain that moved to the right then moved again to the right shoulder. My question: 1. Is it normal for my mother to experience pain in moving around22. Do you need to take supplements / multivitamins like calcium / other vitamins? 3. Are there gymnastics / sports safe u0026amp; comfortable for my mother’s case? Before that I say thank you doctor
Hello Chyntia, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
I help answer in sequence yes.
Calcification and narrowing of the joints in the spine of the tail will not cause the pain of moving around even reaching the shoulder because this complaint will generally provide pain only in the area around the tail bone and if pain generally spreads to the feet. Complaints of migratory pain that your mother feels at this time may be caused by other conditions that are not related to previous diseases such as rheumathoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, frozen shoulder, or gout, so it is highly recommended to consult further with your doctor to determine the disease suffered by your mother. Consumption of supplements (either multivitamin or calcium) must be based on doctor's consideration and it is not recommended to consume on your own because dosage errors can cause worsening conditions so it should be consulted together with complaints experienced by your mother at this time. For the same exercise, it is recommended to consult further with your doctor to adjust to your mother's current condition. But in general it is recommended to do sports that do not put weight on the tailbone area such as swimming or walking casually, until there is further advice from the doctor. It is also recommended to avoid lifting heavy objects, especially in the wrong way / body position to prevent worsening conditions. Also avoid the occurrence of injury to the bone area and avoid doing massage on any part of the body that feels pain without clear advice from the doctor.
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