The Back Of The Body Hurts For More Than 2 Years?
I am winda 27 years old, I have been sick for more than 2 years. Especially when you move a lot.rnIt’s been massaged but it still hurts. What kind of disease do you think this is? Please answer
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It needs to be clarified, which side of the back is the pain? Is it on the head, neck, back, pelvis, buttocks, or where?
There are many factors that can trigger back pain. Determination of possible causes and how to treat them requires a thorough physical evaluation by a doctor, so it is not enough to do it based on brief information like this. In some cases, it is also necessary to carry out supporting tests, such as X-rays, CT scans, ultrasound, laboratory tests, and so on.
Here are some conditions that can cause pain in the back of the body that often occurs:
Back pain: hypertension, migraine, occipital neuralgia, tension headache, hypercholesterolemia, brain tumor, head injury, meningitis Back neck pain: torticollis, pinched neck nerve, hypertension, hypercholesterolemia, meningitis, neck injury, rheumatoid arthritis Back pain: pinched nerve , certain vitamin or mineral deficiencies, rheumatoid arthritis, scoliosis, lordosis, kyphosis, gastritis, GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease), stomach ulcers, viral or bacterial infections Back pelvic pain: kidney stones, kidney infection, kidney cancer, ovarian cysts, endometriosis, premenstrual syndrome, irritable bowel syndrome Buttock pain: hemorrhoids, anal fissures, cauda equina syndrome, buttocks skin infections, anal abscesses, endometriosis, etc. Pain may worsen when you move a lot, possibly due to muscle contractions around the painful area. It does not specifically refer to a particular disease.
Our advice, you no longer massage the painful area until it is confirmed by a doctor to be safe. Massaging the body without being based on good knowledge of the anatomy and physiology of the body is feared to actually worsen the conditions that trigger your pain.
You should check with your doctor directly.. In the meantime, you can take paracetamol first to minimize the pain that appears. Wear comfortable clothes and sleep on comfortable mats (not too soft or too hard). Limit first lifting heavy objects and doing other tiring physical activities. Get regular exercise, eat regularly, and avoid excessive stress.
Hope it helps ya..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah