Lumbago Accompanied By Tingling Of The Right Thigh?
Hello, good night, I want to ask. Already recently, I have a back pain and my right thigh is tingling, but when I wake up in the morning, my back ache is pretty much less painful. If I move as usual work, definitely relapse pain again. Why is that? Thanks.
Hello Arfini, Thank you for the question.
For how long have you experienced this complaint and have you seen a doctor directly? Your complaint can be caused by sciatic pain. Sciatica is pain that is felt along the path of the sciatic nerve, which starts from the lower back, waist, buttocks, thighs, to the toes. In addition to pain, sufferers can also experience complaints of pins and needles, numbness or numbness, or weakness in the legs. Sciatica can be caused by the following conditions:
hernia nucleus pulposus calcification of bone narrowing of the spinal nerves shifting vertebrae of the spine piriformis syndrome If this complaint is very disturbing you, especially if it has been going on for some time, you should immediately consult a neurologist. The doctor needs to ask about your complaints further, examine your physical, and perform additional examinations such as x-rays, CT scans, or MRI. From this examination, the doctor will find out the cause and can provide further treatment. For now, you can warm compresses on the area of the diseased hip or take paracetamol if the pain is sufficiently annoying. Limit physical activity that involves lower back movements, avoid lifting heavy loads.
Hopefully this information helps you.