Pain In The Neck To The Hips That Often Recurs?
Good evening, I want to ask. R nI often experience pain in the back of the neck to the hips (in the spine) but the pain did not last long u0026amp; I suddenly feel pain sometimes, what are the symptoms?
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In the vertebrae, from the neck to the tailbone, there are many nerve fibers that are sensitive to pain. The pain you feel in the vertebrae, starting from the neck to the hips, has many possible causes, including:
Pinched spinal nerves, can be triggered by: Herniation of the nucleus pulposus Tumors pressing on the spine Infection Deformities of the spine, for example scoliosis, kyphosis, lordosis Myalgia (muscle pain), for example due to infection, deficiency of certain vitamins or minerals, muscle cramps due to activity Excessive post herpetic neuralgia (pain that feels after healing from Herpes) Skin infections around the spine, for example Herpes zoster, folliculitis Kidney disorders, for example due to stones, infections, or cancer Pre menstrual syndrome Ovarian cysts (fluid-filled sacs that grow in the ovaries eggs) Endometriosis (endometrial tissue that grows abnormally outside the uterus) Fissure ani (torn anal wall), etc. Very severe pain you should not ignore because it can indicate a serious disease. Moreover, if this pain appears accompanied by impaired sensation or paralysis of the movement organs, posture abnormalities, bowel disorders, menstrual disorders, or a history of previous injuries. In cases like this, you should see your doctor directly for further evaluation, not only through physical examination, but also x-rays, ultrasound, CT scan, MRI, or laboratory tests.
In the meantime, if you are in pain, you should rest on a comfortable (not too soft) base, compress the painful area with warm water, and calm your mind.
To prevent recurring pain, always maintain your ideal weight. Make sure you always do activities with good posture, don't slouch too much. Also reduce lifting or pulling heavy objects. Exercise regularly to maintain healthy muscles, bones and surrounding tissues that support them.
Hope this helps ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah