Pain In The Upper Part Of The Buttocks?
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Activities that require a person to sit for a long time, especially using a base that is too hard, can indeed trigger pain in the waist and buttocks area. This pain is generally a mild cause, which is due to poor blood flow and regular muscle cramps, so that it can heal in a short time without the need for special treatment. You can first do the following steps to reduce your pain:
Compress the painful side of the body using warm water, also apply pain relievers (for example those containing paracetamol) Do not massage, massage, or exaggerate excessive areas of the body that are painful When sitting, try to choose a comfortable base, not too hard but also not too soft change position while sitting, don't just stick to one position Balance your college activities by exercising a lot, especially stretching sports, for example swimming, yoga, or gymnastics. Use comfortable pants and footwear when doing activities, don't be too tight, don't use too high heels Mild complaints will generally improve with the steps above. However, if you find that your complaint does not improve within 1 to 3 days, or it worsens along with other complaints, such as bowel obstruction, numbness or tingling in the lower limbs, weakness and difficulty walking, and so on, you should also be aware of possible causes of pain others, for example due to kidney stones, kidney or other urinary tract infections, nerve nerves, arthritis, constipation, anal fissures, hemorrhoids, fibromyalgia, and so on. If you feel a complaint like this, do not hesitate to check yourself directly to the doctor or neurologist.
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