The Cause Of The Underarm Pain Is Gone After Being Burned?
Hi. I haven’t had head nerve surgery after the operation. I can’t walk for 9 months. Finally I did acupuncture and cupping. I’ve done it 8 times. When I did it the fourth time it was down to my feet it was very sick. But the pain suddenly “came, arrived” disappeared. Is that possible because of the cupping or what? Help please. Thank you
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A history of head surgery that you live and a history of not being able to walk for 9 months this can indicate the operation of the central nervous system or brain due to a certain cause, either due to head trauma or a specific process in the central nervous system. However, this, for sure, can only be known by your surgeon, related to the cause or course of the disease and recovery after surgery.
After you undergo surgery, and you undergo other treatment efforts with needling or cupping, and as long as the surgeon who treats you is aware of this effort and recovery process, then the needling and cupping therapy business that you do in general is not a special obstacle. However, if your decision is not known by your doctor, then you should submit it.
Many benefits are obtained by needling and cupping therapy, but indeed this still requires further research, so the purpose of cupping that you do also needs to be adjusted to the benefits of known cupping, such as for controlling high blood pressure, migraine, depression, varicose veins, or respiratory problems.
While the side effects of cupping itself can be in the form of:
1. The skin feels burning
3. pain in the skin area
If you currently experience pain complaints in your armpit area after cupping therapy, then this complaint may be related to the side effects of swelling or inflammation after cupping therapy, especially if done in areas close to your armpits. This can be triggered by the muscles of your arms and shoulders that were previously tense or stiff, so that after getting cupping therapy, the inflammation process after cupping can increase the pain in your arm or armpit area. This you can know independently by pressing the armpit muscle area, and you will find some muscle points that are tighter or stiffer than other points. And this point is also the point of pain that you feel. However, indeed, to ensure this, you need to discuss with the doctor who is treating you or with your therapist.
Some other medical conditions can also cause complaints of pain in your armpit area, such as:
1. a vein or sprain
2. Muscle tension due to the more dominant hand rest that you use, especially to support the body or move
3. nervous system disorders, such as nerve irritation
4. disorders of the spine, especially the lehe area
5. infection or inflammation of your armpit area, can occur after you shave your armpit hair
To ensure all this, you should consult directly with the doctor who treats you or your family doctor. The doctor will conduct interviews related to complaints of pain you feel, do a physical examination, and plan investigations such as radiology. The results of the inspection will be a reference for care and handling. And the doctor will make sure, is there any connection with the surgery 9 months ago, or because of the side effects of cupping or because of other causes.
At this time, several things you can do to reduce this complaint, namely:
1. stretch and pull on the upper arm towards the top or far side
2. give a light massage to the area under the tense armpits
3. give a warm compress to your armpit area
4. avoid sleeping late
Thus the info we can convey.