The Relationship Between The Buttocks Tired Easily With Excess Body Weight?
Doctor, I want to ask. R nI am 22 years old. My body weight has increased from 37 to 59 kg and my height is 154 cm. R nMy question is whether being overweight triggers the buttocks if sitting on a motorbike can get sick / tired? even though it wasn’t like this before .. thank you
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Complaints of pain in the buttocks area can occur due to various things, including injuries to muscles, nerve injuries, bone injuries, infections, inflammation, injuries and so on, depending on the results of direct physical examination of the area concerned.
Regarding your question, being overweight can also be one of the indirect factors in the emergence of pain in the buttocks area because the excess weight presses on the nerve fibers in the buttocks area. Another possibility that could occur is that with significant weight gain, if the person's posture is quite fat, his body needs to make more balance adjustments when riding a motorbike, which in fact the seat or seat surface tends to be more limited, thus, the butt muscles fatigue and pain faster. The next thought is that actually with such a weight and height, your body is quite proportional, even though you have started to tend towards being overweight.
So that extracting history, direct physical examination and possibly supporting examinations will show more precise results on your condition. Information such as when this pain occurs, whether it occurs only when riding a motorbike or every time you sit for a long time in other conditions, how the pain goes away, whether you often lift heavy or do work with bending over and combined with the results of X-rays, CT scans or MRI can speak a lot in determining the diagnosis and treatment that's right for you. So our advice is that you should check with a general practitioner, or a neurologist regarding this matter.
Meanwhile, keep your ideal body weight, exercise regularly, drink lots of water, eat vegetables and fruit, and consume over-the-counter painkillers by reading the instructions listed and warm compresses for the painful area if possible. So, hopefully it answers your question.