Management Of Back Pain When I Wake Up?
Hello Arnold, thank you for asking HealthReplies.com.
Let me introduce myself, Dr. Rio will try to answer your question.
Your symptoms are not so specific as to lead to a definitive diagnosis. The doctor needs to do a direct physical examination, and if necessary the doctor will conduct a supporting examination such as X-rays, CT scans, or MRI depending on the clinical indication found.
But I will give some possibilities of diseases that arise with complaints of pain in the back. Some of these possibilities are:
Low Back Pain. Muscle fatigue, or position errors during sleep. In low back pain, he will feel pain that can be felt until the buttocks or thighs. Symptoms and degree of pain are different for each person, some are mild to severe depending on the cause of LBP itself.
Some of the most common causes of low back pain are
Spinal joint gaps are damaged, the damage can be in the form of narrowing of the joint gap due to exposure, calcification, or fracture. Inflammation in the joints / arthritis. Symptoms caused when experiencing inflammation are pain. Spinal deformities such as scoliosis, kyphosis, etc. Muscle stiffness, occurs when the muscles are rarely moved can cause lower back pain. Disorders of the spinal cord. Many disorders that can occur in the spine, such as infection, inflammation, pinched nerves / HNP. etc. Kidney stones. Sometimes kidney stones can cause low back pain. Pain that will feel sharp and usually at a certain time. Based on the above possibilities the need to be examined by a doctor directly. You can visit a general practitioner first to determine whether your condition requires specialist treatment or not. The doctor will do several examinations to determine this.
Right now what you can do is:
Avoid strenuous activities, such as lifting heavy objects, excessive exercise. Get enough rest, avoid sleeping late. Use soft pads. Sit up straight and don't bend. If your work requires you to sit continuously, occasionally take a break by walking or standing for a while. Consult a doctor if complaints become more severe. That's all the answers I can give, more and less I apologize.
Thank you good luck always :)