Spinal Pain To The Hips?
Good afternoon … I want to ask a lot, it’s been about 4 days I feel pain in the spine up to my hips, accompanied by a sore head, and a bloated and sore stomach. Do you think it hurts?
Good evening, thanks for the question
Complaints of back pain can indicate a lot of underlying medical conditions, therefore we need specific information and direct physical examination by a doctor to be able to determine the possible cause. Some conditions that can underlie complaints of pain in the back include:
1. A twisted muscle or ligament
2. Spinal disc damage
3. Calcification of the spine
4. Abnormalities of curvature of the spine
5. Narrowing of the vertebra so that it can press on nerves
7. Bad posture
Besides back pain complaints can also be related to problems in the digestive organs, for example because of the presence of sores in the mucous wall of the stomach, or because of acid reflux.
Some individuals can be more at risk of experiencing back pain, including:
1. Age> 30 years
2. Rarely exercise
3. Excess body weight
4. Chronic illness
5. Anxiety or depression
6. Smoking habits
If the pain complaints become more burdensome then you should consult your doctor to get a direct physical examination. Physical examination includes assessment of motor, sensory, nerve function, muscle, and spinal structure. The doctor can also suggest a number of tests such as X-rays or MRI if needed.
To prevent recurrence, you should start to maintain a normal body weight, get used to regular low impact exercise, or by exercising your stomach and back muscles frequently.
That's all, hope you can help.