The Waist Often Feels Pain When Treating TB?
Hello I r nI want to ask, I have had appendectomy about 3 months ago, now when I want surgery it is an anesthetic first and it is injected from my waist. After a few months, it didn’t hurt, but after I got TB, I took a pulmonary tuberculosis, which was injected with anesthetized pain, like a broken hip and felt like a lump was coming out. I guess that’s why? R nThank you doctor
Hello Juliana, Thank you for the question.
Have you seen a doctor to determine the cause? Complaints of back pain can be caused by a variety of health conditions that can only be ascertained after the doctor examines the patient. Some of the causes of back pain are:
kidney infection, kidney stone, spondylosis, tuberculosis, which is tuberculosis infection in the spine spondylolisthesis, which is a shift in the vertebrae narrowing of the spinal cord, protrusion of the spinal cord pads, muscle pain To ascertain the cause of your complaint, please consult with your doctor directly. The doctor needs to get more information about this complaint, examine you, and perform other tests such as urine tests, X-rays, CT scans, or MRI. After knowing the cause, the new doctor can determine further treatment for you.
Feel free to do a warm compress on the area of the diseased waist or take paracetamol if the pain worsens. Please consume lots of water and avoid the habit of holding urinating.
Hope this information helps.