What Is The Medicine For Back Pain?
h I don’t drink enough? I wonder why? I often have back pain on the right side, sometimes it moves to the left, why is that?
Hi Guntari, thanks for the question. The waist is part of the back of our body. Around the waist there are various organs in it ranging from muscles, bones, nerves to the kidneys. Pain that arises in the waist can be caused by disorders of these organs. Here are some of the causes:
urinary tract infection kidney stones appendicitis nerve pinching menstrual pain pelvic inflammation Pain that appears in the waist is often only caused by spasm or stiffness of the muscles around the waist. Muscle stiffness is caused by risk factors for daily activities or work. Jobs that require you to sit continuously for hours will often cause muscle stiffness to appear. The stiffness causes a buildup of lactic acid in the muscles and causes pain.
However, if the pain is accompanied by a urinary tract disorder or if the pain radiates along with numbness in the legs, it should be suspected that there is a problem other than just muscle stiffness. Urinary tract infections to kidney stones will also cause pain in the waist accompanied by disturbances in the process of urination. In addition, radiating pain accompanied by tingling is most likely caused by spinal cord compression.
You should see the nearest doctor for further examination. The doctor may perform blood, urine and ultrasound examinations and x-rays if needed. To treat pain at home you can do:
sitting in a comfortable chair, sitting upright, not bending over, stretching your muscles in between your work, exercising regularly, consuming mineral water, just taking pain relievers such as paracetamol or ibuprofen if the pain is unbearable.