The Cause Of Pain And Tingling In The Arms After Childbirth?
want to ask, why every time I finish giving birth I always feel pain and tingling in my hands and feet?
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During normal labor, the mother may experience severe contractions involving the pelvic, abdominal, and lower back muscles. Excessive back muscle contraction in some conditions can affect nerve function around the spine. It could be, this makes it easier for you to experience pins and needles in the feet and hands. This condition can also be exacerbated by hormonal changes after pregnancy and childbirth, physical and psychological exhaustion due to busy caring for babies, lack of sleep, lack of exercise, and other unhealthy lifestyles.
Pain (tingling) and tingling in the hands and feet whose intensity is quite intense as you experience can also occur due to various other reasons, for example:
Blood flow is not smooth, for example due to the use of clothes, pants, or jewelry that is too narrow, too much sleep over the side of the hands and feet are painful and tingling Nerve clamps, often associated with injuries, tumors, or infections that suppress nerves Vitamin and mineral deficiency neurotrophic, such as vitamins B1, B6, B12, calcium, potassium, magnesium Psychological disorders, for example due to stress, anxiety, panic, worry, anger, or depression Multiple sclerosis (autoimmune disorders that attack the nerve cell envelope covers) Diabetes (increased blood sugar levels because the insulin hormone is not produced adequately, or because the body has resistance to the action of the insulin hormone) Rheumatoid arthritis (arthritis due to autoimmune disorders, rheumatism) Side effects of drugs, such as anti-seizures, antibiotics Alcohol poisoning, mercury, thalium, arsenic Kidney disorders, liver, or other organ systems Without a direct examination, it is difficult for us identify exactly the conditions that underlie your complaint. Therefore, we urge you to see yourself directly to a doctor or a neurologist. Some examinations, such as x-rays, laboratory tests, etc. can be used by doctors as a consideration in determining the best treatment.
In order to improve your complaint, here are our suggestions:
Always wear comfortable and loose clothing Eating foods with balanced nutritional value, high in vitamins and neurotropic minerals (as mentioned above) Be diligent in exercising Calm yourself, do not overload your mind Drink sufficiently Compress areas of the body that are often painful and tingling with water warm If necessary, take the medicine for paracetamol so that the pain improves. Don't smoke, let alone consume alcohol. Hope it helps.