Pain In The Left Buttock, Just Below The Left Side Of The Waist?
Good evening doctor, I want to ask. 2 weeks ago I fell on the floor and hit my left side of the buttock, and the pain is getting more and more painful, until now when I walk, I feel very, very painful, doctor, why am I, doctor, is it a chronic disease / what is it, doctor? Please help
Good afternoon, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. In terms of time of occurrence, disease can be divided into two, namely acute and chronic. Acute illness is a disease that occurs in a relatively short time, and chronic disease is a disease that develops over time, gets worse, and takes months to years. Among the examples of chronic diseases are diabetes, heart failure, kidney failure, and cancer.
In your case, these conditions usually do not fall into the realm of chronic disease, but tests will still need to be carried out to distinguish the following:
Muscle injury Spinal cord injury Pinched nerve Other nerve disorders Fracture or fracture
So our advice is that you should check with the orthopedist to get this examination. Your orthopedist will focus on a physical exam and possibly supports such as x-rays, CT scans or MRI before coming to a conclusion about your condition. The treatment you will receive later also depends on the results of this examination.
Meanwhile, reduce physical activity, warm the painful area, consume over-the-counter pain medications by reading the instructions listed, avoid bending movements, and consume more high-protein foods such as tempeh, tofu, eggs, cheese, yogurt, chicken breast. , beef and seafood, and milk. So, hopefully it answers your question.