Pain In The Left And Right Back?
Good night I ask, there is aching or on the back / right back sometimes the pain disappears … then there is urination, not painful but like there is muscle pull that makes it ache a little … please enlighten me
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We understand the discomfort you feel.
Please note that back pain can be caused by various things, including:
Myalgia / ordinary muscle pain due to strenuous activity or poor posture
Disorders of the kidneys and urinary tract
Disorders of the spinal column such as low back pain (LBP), hernia nucleus pulposus (HNP), inflammation or infection of the spine.
Traumatic injury to the back or waist area
Generally back pain is often caused by ordinary muscle pain after strenuous activities or overexertion. Poor posture when you're on the move or at rest can also trigger pain in the muscles around your back. In addition, pain in the back that is both sharp and blunt can also occur as a case of urology such as urinary tract infections (from the kidneys, ureters, bladder to the urethra / mouth of the urinary tract), infection or other abnormalities in the kidneys to urinary tract stones as well can trigger the onset of pain that arise and arise with moderate-heavy intensity.
In addition to causes of the urinary system, disorders of the vertebrae such as spinal infections, HNP, LBP, scoliosis, inflammation of the joints and spine can also cause complaints of back pain. Disorders of the spine can cause other complaints such as a longer duration of pain, the presence of numbness, tingling or numbness in some parts of the body so that the pain feels worse with changes in position.
To find out the exact cause further tests are needed with blood tests, complete urine tests, spinal X-rays, abdominal ultrasound, CT scan and MRI.
Related to your urinary complaints, sensations such as muscle pulls that cause pain can occur due to the physiological response of the body when there is muscle contraction around the urinary tract when urinating so that urine can be excreted, there is muscle spasms (spasms / stiffness), infections, or because other causes that must be further identified.
If the complaint is felt enough to interfere with daily activities, we recommend that you conduct an examination directly to a urology specialist to get an evaluation and direction of therapy that suits your condition.
Things that can be done while at home to reduce the severity of symptoms including adequate rest at home, avoid strenuous activities, try to maintain ideal body weight, change the habit of sitting and standing that is not good, body massage, meet the needs of body fluids, maintain the types of food and drinks consumed, regular exercise and consumption of pain medication if it feels painful or aching enough to interfere with activity
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