Pain Around The Pelvis So That It Cannot Stand Up?
,, my grandfather was 56 years old, his complaint was pain in the pelvis, severe pain and the pain occurred in the long term, until my grandfather was unable to stand up let alone walking, whether it included the characteristics of bone TB ??? thx
Hello Dian .. Thank you for the question.
Pain in the pelvic area can occur due to several things, including:
Spinal stenosis - suppression of the bone marrow nerves due to narrowing of the spinal nerves Erosion of the spinal discs There is a shift of the spine resulting in suppression of the spinal cord due to injury / fall Sciatica - spinal cord is pinched While bone TB is a disease caused by the bacterium M. Tuberculosis. Symptoms that appear include: back pain, night sweats, fever, weight loss, protrusion in the spine, the body becomes bent. Bone TB is mostly experienced by people with old age, living in dense settlements, lacking nutrition, and there is a decrease in endurance.
If your grandfather feels severe pain, can not move well, then you should check your grandfather to the doctor of internal medicine. So the doctor can do a physical examination directly and can be carried out supporting examinations such as x-rays, CT-scans, MRI or other examinations in accordance with the results of the physical examination.
While what can be done is:
To reduce pain, you can take anti-pain medication, for example paracetamol according to the dose. Compress the painful part with a cold towel. Eat nutritious food. Consume enough water. Hope it is useful