What Is The Treatment For Pinched Nerve Disease?
I am a sufferer of nerve or tendon pain from the top of the buttocks to the lower legs have been taken to the hospital for treatment in the neurologist but still feel pain now that I feel sick now feels very painful indeed there is a change after the massage but why does the pain not disappear? sleep on your back feels like there’s something weird in the upper thigh area
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Complaints that you have with the pain from the top of the buttocks to one leg, it is a typical symptom of the condition of the pinched nerve. But you also need to know that there are several other possible causes. Among others are:
Muscle injury Spinal disorders Urinary tract infections Kidney stones
This is important to know especially if the treatment given to you is still not producing results because there may be other causes. For handling the pinched nerve itself actually varies depending on the severity of the condition. There are enough pain relievers, ranging from moderate to severe painkillers, muscle tranquilizers, injections, good acupuncture therapy, massage, muscle stretching and yoga, to surgery if other methods do not work.
Our advice to you now, the most important thing for you to do is to tell the doctor who is treating you all this time about your health condition. If your condition does not improve, tell your doctor. Your doctor will judge whether the condition that is not improving that you are complaining about is indeed still in the normal domain as a process that is not instant, or requires further treatment such as stronger drugs or surgery, or even there is a combination of other medical conditions as we mentioned above.
Do not change doctors because you will be re-examined from the beginning. Your steps are right by checking with a neurologist, you now only need a routine control and let your neurologist determine the reaction of your body. Do not also do alternative medicine to other than a doctor to avoid unwanted effects. If you want to do acupuncture therapy, look for what is done by a trained doctor.
Meanwhile, you should also participate by avoiding heavy lifting, avoiding bending, especially when washing dishes, washing clothes, sitting at a table or other daily activities that we often don't realize we don't do with the correct posture. Take medication regularly and compress the affected part with warm compresses. So, hopefully answering your question.