Pain Around The Spine Especially With Shock?
I often have back pain what else if I’m shocked all over my body all pain. what’s the solution y
Hi اميره مرسيد الشياحي
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Pain around the spine can be triggered by various factors. This condition can happen to anyone, both the elderly, young adults, and children. This pain can be mild or dangerous. To identify this, it needs to be clarified again, are there any other complaints that accompany the pain, such as fever, numbness, tingling, movement or sensation disturbances in the hands or feet, disturbed bowel control, and so on? Or, have you had any injuries around the spine before this pain appeared?
Some of the conditions that can cause pain around the spine are as follows:
Fibromyalgia (generalized musculoskeletal pain that appears accompanied by impaired memory, mood, and fatigue) Psychosomatic disorders (a group of physical complaints that are triggered or exacerbated by psychological pressure) Pinched nerves, can be related to a history of injury, tumor, or a squeezed spinal infection nerve Structural abnormalities of the spine, for example scoliosis, kyphosis, lordosis Rheumatoid arthritis (joint inflammation due to autoimmune disorders, rheumatism) History of spinal injuries Nerve disorders, for example in people with diabetes, post herpetic neuralgia Hypercholesterolemia (high blood cholesterol) Internal organ disorders, for example pleuritis , gastritis, GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease), pneumonia, etc. Sudden muscle contractions that occur when you are shocked by something may exacerbate this pain. However, this does not specifically indicate the presence of a particular disease.
It is better if you check yourself directly with your doctor. A comprehensive physical examination or also supporting tests, for example X-rays, laboratory, CT scan, etc. may be done by doctors to observe the cause of pain and the best treatment to overcome it. It is also possible that you will be referred to an appropriate specialist (for example a neurologist) for further management.
In the meantime, try to reduce pain in your spine with the following tricks:
Sleep more regularly, use a sleeping pad that is not too soft, but also not too hard Compress your spine area with warm water Reduce activities that cause you to bend a lot, lift heavy objects, or push excessively Exercise more regularly, for example yoga, aerobic exercise, floor exercise, swimming Don't stress too much. Eat a balanced nutritious diet. Take paracetamol if the pain disturbs your activities.
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah