What Causes Lower Back Pain In Buttocks Related To Coccyx?
Assalammualaikum wr.wb … r nThe name is Djafar Ahmad, I am 29 years old … r nI want to ask about complaints of pain that I feel at this time … r nIhat is the skit that is located in the waist of the spine just right Above the buttocks, how come it feels really skittish, even for dduk I can’t, if I just move a little it doesn’t feel like it hurts … r nIt’s only been 3 days, but it doesn’t feel like it hurts. Even though I have been sorted out, but I have not recovered, then I have also taken medication but also has zero nerve alias. Finally, I have assumed that this skit is broken because the nerve is cracked. .. !! r nMhon explanation and what is the obt advice that can make me smbuh like smula. r nMhon the enlightenment. r n r nPreviously, I said Thank you thanks for already wanting to listen to my complaints. r nMore I am waiting for an answer from the doctor,. r n r nWaaikaikumsalam wr.wb … r n🙏
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The pain that appears mainly in the waist (the top of the buttocks) with a very intense intensity does not always arise due to cracked tailbone or pinched nerve.
Cracking of the tailbone is usually caused by an injury. It could also, this condition arises due to the degenerative process, which is commonly experienced by the elderly. In this tailbone area there are many nerve fibers. Therefore, cracking in the coccyx can cause nerve fibers in the area also pinched. Aside from the fracture of the coccyx, it could also be that the pinched nerve is the result of a tumor or infection that compresses the nerve in the area. In addition to pain, people who experience cracked and pinched nerves in the coccyx generally will also experience a variety of other complaints, such as numbness or tingling in the lower limbs, weakness and can not move his legs, disruption to control bowel and small, difficulty in erection (in men ), etc.
Have you experienced other complaints as mentioned above?
If not, then your complaint could actually arise due to other causes, for example deficiency of neurotropic vitamins or minerals, arthritis (for example due to rheumatism), kidney stones, kidney infections, anal abscesses, anal fissures, hemorrhoids, psychosomatic disorders, etc.
Distinguishing each of these conditions can be done through a doctor's examination directly. In some cases, further tests can also be done, for example x-rays, CT scans, MRI, ultrasound, laboratory tests, and so on. Therefore, you should, if the pain you experience is very unbearable, do not delay checking your complaint directly to a doctor or neurologist.
Some initial steps as follows you can do to deal with pain:
Take paracetamol so that pain is reduced
Do not massage or massage carelessly painful areas
Always wear pants and comfortable footwear
First reduce activities such as bending, pushing, and sitting for too long
Always maintain an ideal body weight
Exercise regularly, for example swimming, yoga
Do not indiscriminately consume other drugs (except over-the-counter drugs, or medicines that are prescribed by a doctor's prescription)
Don't stress too much
Eat lots of fiber and drink more water
Don't make it a habit of holding back bowel movements or small
Hope this helps ...