Pain In The Lower Back Above The Coccyx Aches Pain?
Good morning, my 23-year-old well I suffer from pain in the lower back above the coccyx pain that I feel sometimes to sit just not strong for long. but because of the demands of my job as an admin required to sit every day for about 10 hours maybe that’s the reason for the bad habit of sitting for too long, it’s been more than a year I felt pain in that section, I’ve been treated with NSAIDs like ibuprofen and the like for relief of pain helps a little but surely tomorrow will also relapse again and if again relapse pain until guts like a stiff stomach to urinate only sometimes pain in certain parts and I feel the pain almost every day if for treatment to the doctor I have never been because afraid later I will accept the results of the diagnosis. what do you think my doctor is sick of? or can suggest the right medicine to help cure. thanks before
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Pain in the lower back that is intense enough to make the stomach stiff, stiff, and difficult to urinate may trigger it because:
Pinched spinal cord Injury to the spine or pelvis Stones or kidney and urinary tract infections Anal fissures (tear in the anal wall), hemorrhoids (anal vein swelling) Others, such as rheumatoid arthritis, tumors or infections that compress nerves around the lower back , skin infections around the lower back (eg shingles, cellulitis), dyspepsia, psychosomatic disorders, metabolic disorders, etc. Your condition, if it really is very disturbing your activities, you should not leave it alone and treat yourself prolonged. Long-term consumption of NSAIDs, especially without a doctor's supervision, certainly not without risk. This action you can trigger inflammation and bleeding in the digestive tract to other bleeding disorders to aggravate your complaints later.
Therefore, you should dare to check your complaints directly to a doctor or neurologist so that you can find the best solution. Further examinations such as x-rays, CT scans, MRI, electromyography, and so on may be done by doctors for cases that are suspected to be serious. At this time, you should not take drugs carelessly. It's safer, take the drug Paracetamol as your pain reliever, along with the following steps:
Compress the low back pain with warm water, do not be ordered Increase drinking Do not sit too much If it is not possible for you not to sit a lot, then: Rest in the middle of your work every 15 to 30 minutes, for example by walking a lot, lying down for a moment Choose a mat sit comfortably, not too soft, not too hard Position your seat well and ergonomically, don't make it a habit to lean, lean over, or tilt to one side for too long Use comfortable clothes, pants, and footwear when you do activities Get more exercise Get more drink Don't never hold back urinate Don't stress Hope it helps huh ..