Lumbago When You Want To Wake Up?
Good night, I am a 25-year-old woman. I have a complaint that I have 2 days of extreme back pain when I want to get out of bed when I wake up in the morning. Pain in the spinal area. In addition there is also a slight pain in the left and right thighs, right knee and chest slightly cramped. This month I am also late for menstruation, are these two things related?
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. The condition that you are experiencing can be related or not, because it is located quite close together and problems in the area of the female organs can indeed be characterized by pain in the waist. In general, the possible causes are:
Urinary tract infection
PCOS or ovarian cyst syndrome
To be sure, we recommend that you consult a doctor, especially a general practitioner first, because the possibilities that you have are still very diverse. And until this stage we still cannot determine whether the two conditions that you experience are indeed related or not. By your doctor you will later be digging in-depth history, physical examination and may be supporting in the form of blood tests, urine tests, or maybe X-rays. After that, your doctor will get a picture, and will determine whether you can be treated directly, or should be referred to a specialist, be it an obstetrician, neurologist, or internist.
Meanwhile, no need to worry too much, keep living a healthy lifestyle by increasing the consumption of water, avoiding bottled drinks and energy drinks, don't delay urination, avoid sexual intercourse first, maintain ideal body weight, avoid stress and cigarette smoke, increase vegetables and fruit, compress the painful part with warm compresses or put on patches, take a bath or bath with warm water, and may take over-the-counter pain or anti-inflammatory drugs by reading the rules of use listed. So, hopefully answering your question.