Pain In The Lower Right Back After Waking Up?
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Back pain can be caused by the following:
Hernia nucleus pulposus (HNP), which is the connecting core of the spine that comes out and clamps the nerve. Pain in HNP is usually felt radiating to the feet. The risk factor is frequent lifting of heavy objects. Muscle pain (myalgia): can be caused by overexertion, incorrect posture when sitting or standing Spinal injuries Osteoporosis, which is pain due to brittle bones due to reduced bone mass. Usually occurs in the elderly or post-menopausal women. Ankilosing spondylitis: caused by the body's immunity attacking the spine. Often accompanied by other autoimmune diseases such as uveitis, psoriasis, etc. To confirm your condition, you should check with a neurologist. The doctor will dig further into your complaint and will perform an examination of the spine and nerves. If necessary, the doctor will perform supporting examinations such as x-rays, CT scans, bone densitometry, or MRI. And after that the doctor will provide treatment for your complaint according to the underlying conditions.
Some things you can do at home to deal with complaints and prevent worsening are:
Get used to standing or sitting in an upright posture so as not to overload the spine Avoid heavy lifting Avoid constipation which can worsen your back pain complaints, by consuming fiber-rich foods, namely fruits, vegetables, whole grains. Exercise, especially such as swimming, yoga, pilates, which focuses on the spine can increase muscle strength and flexibility of ligaments in the spine Use a back brace to help maintain good back posture and prevent worsening of the condition, especially if your case is HNP The drugs you are taking are anti-inflammatory drugs that can also be useful for reducing pain. If you are not satisfied with the effect of the drug, discuss it again with the doctor who examined you so that you can readjust the type and dose of medicine according to your condition. So many explanations from me, hopefully useful and helpful. Get well soon.
dr. Princess Claudya