The Cause Of The Ribs Feeling Cramping And Throbbing?
Hello, I am 23 years old, there are some questions regarding the structure of my body bones, the first is the shape of the spine of my head, more prominent on the left and every time I sleep with the back of my head on the right side, it always hurts a little and I sometimes get migraines on the right, whether need further treatment or not?
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. The structure of bones, like the rest of the body, is determined by the information contained in DNA. This information is what makes the difference in bone structure in humans, cats, fish, or other animals. So that when there is an abnormality in genetic or information that is processed when humans develop as a fetus, there can be bone structural abnormalities such as no skull, excess finger bones, bones that are very fragile and so on.
Bone structure can also change even if a person is born normal. This could be due to an accident, which causes irreversible damage to the bone, or a certain disease such as an immune disorder where it attacks its own limb, namely the bone. In addition, there are also other diseases whose causes are unknown, such as scoliosis, where the spine bends to resemble an 'S'. Management of the condition starts from wearing a corset to surgery.
Regarding your condition, we recommend that you consult with an orthopedic specialist for further examinations either by looking directly at the condition of your bones or with the help of X-rays, CT scans or MRI. By knowing the state of your bones, your orthopedic doctor will know whether the condition of your head and ribs requires further treatment or not. Because if there is an abnormality, correcting the shape of the bone is not easy and requires expert judgment.
Meanwhile what we can suggest is that you avoid the triggers of the pain, such as positioning and stretching your body, and if you still have pain, you can take over-the-counter pain relievers by reading the rules of use listed. We wish you and your family good health.
That's all, hope it helps.
dr. Amadeo D. Basfiansa