The Back Often Feels Pain Like Being Pricked By A Needle
Good morning. Let me know, Robertus. I have complaints that my backs are often punctured by needles in a short time of about 3 seconds right away when sitting and standing or walking. I often experience it sometimes in 3 to 4 times a day. Is this a serious illness? Please help. Thank you.
Thank you for the question.
Backs that are often painful like being pricked, and relapsing in nature, can indicate nerves around your back are disturbed, for example due to diabetic neuropathy, infections (such as shingles, leprosy, or Lyme disease), tumors or infections that suppress nerves, scoliosis , kyphosis, nucleus pulposus herniation, multiple sclerosis, spondylosis, and so on. This nerve disorder can be experienced by anyone, from young to advanced ages.
It could also be, complaints on your back occur because of other factors, for example lack of nutrition, metabolic disorders, rheumatoid arthritis, muscle cramps, post-injury, psychological disorders, pleurisy, bronchitis, gastritis, gastroesophageal reflux disease, skin infections, insect bites, and insect bites, and etc.
To improve, you can warm compresses on your back. Do not forget, also improve your posture when working to stay ergonomic. Use comfortable clothes, don't be too tight. Drink more, eat lots of foods that are rich in B-complex vitamins, stay away from alcohol, don't smoke, exercise discipline every day, and don't put too much thought in order to avoid stress.
If in this way your complaints continue to recur, after the COVID-19 outbreak has subsided, you can see yourself directly to the doctor or neurologist to get the best treatment, okay?
I hope this helps.