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EnglishSuggest me good treatments for lower back pain

pills, ointments, medicine etc.

KOSkost 1 week ago

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Corina Lightfoot 1 week ago
If the pain is in your muscles, Yoga and basic daily stretching will do more good for you than most but if the pain is in your spine your best bet is to see a professional because you yourself can do more harm than good. Either one though will get relief with 20 minutes cold and 20 minutes hot. Also an anti-inflammatory, if you don't have an allergy or ulcers, stomach issues, etc. will give you great relief because both will come with swelling and that will put to much stress on your nerves aka pain. OTC meds like motrin and aleve are my gotos. Goodluck
undershare 1 week ago
This could be caused by too much sitting,
Short term 2 days: sleep with your legs elevated under the knee by a pillow + when you wake up do deep squat on the floor, with your foot flat on the ground try not to let the ball of your foot rise. while squatting breath deep hold and let go, when letting go try and relax while inside your entire squat pose.

long term: less sitting, more screeching, planking and yoga

this you tube channel will help
Kingsley 1 week ago
Generally a great remedy to all type of pain is rest... Regular rest and pain relief drugs are the perfect combination
ylomat 6 days ago
CBD , a particular molecule extracted by cannabis, that is legal in many countries (no psychological effects). Read carefully advice note to get the correct dose for you.
dee 6 days ago
I've been struggling with lower back pain for a while. Where I live, basic tratments involve heat pads, electric stimulation, laying down on a spinal decompression machine, and pills (pain killers, anti inflammation). I usually do this when I can't deal with the pain. It takes about a week for me to feel better. If it's real bad than I get a steroid injection. This is only temporary relief, but it works fast and lasts about a couple of months. We also have accupunture, but I haven't tried it for my back yet. If you can exercise and stretch, it helps immensely. Building up your core muscles go a long way. Yoga and pilates are good too, but you really need to find someone who has experience working with people with bad backs. Also if you are able to comfortably hang upside down, gravity will help. Finally, check out Alexander technique if you can. I hope this helps.
dee 4 days ago
By the way, always consult with a doctor first.
Serkan 6 days ago
Carmol tropfen is a liquid medicine that is really effective against pain.
Hanyom 6 days ago
You shoul do yoga for yourself
Harvinder 6 days ago
Try to maintain correct posture everyday and sit at one place for too long
Dandixme 6 days ago
1. Keep Moving
2. Stretch and Strengthen
3. Keep Good Posture
4. Maintain a Healthy Weight
5. Quit Smoking
6. Try Ice and Heat
7. Know Your OTC Medications
8. Rub on Medicated Creams
9. Ask About Supplements
10. Throw in the Towel
BOB L 6 days ago
I find that suspending my upper body from my lower using crutches. Just put the crutches under your armpits and lean forward or bend your knees slowly and It will take the compression weight off of your lower spine.
Jennifer Chiera 6 days ago
Inversion therapy or spinal traction - if your back pain is spinal or the disks are pressed in any way. i would live and die by this. it works. you can get a cheap table for less than $100 - best money you will ever spend if this is your issue. Best of luck.
Daniel samson 6 days ago
I would reccomend laying on a flat surface with legs in the air.
A warm bath and keep moving, movement is good for backache. It ma not feel it but it really is.
Brian Daniel 6 days ago
Basically, the treatment of pain always depends on the cause. If the pain is permanent and does not go away, you should inform your family doctor or orthopedist. He or she will make a diagnosis and discuss the next steps with the patient.

However, if you decide to treat the pain yourself, there are three rules to follow: some exercise, heat treatments and painkillers.

In the past, the general view was to take it easy with back pain, but today we know that exercise is the be-all and end-all. It promotes blood circulation and loosens tension in the muscles. If you need some good exercises, I recommend this video:

Often heat also helps to relieve the pain. Cherry pit pillows and simple hot water bottles have proven to be effective. Of course you can also try a treatment with red light, but you should stop this treatment if the pain gets stronger.

As painkillers I would recommend Ibuprofen and Diclofenac. They are available in pill and ointment form. If you prefer a different pain ointment, I can tell you that I like to use Kytta:

I wish you good health!
shejeer k s 6 days ago
kindly apply coconut oil and rub slowly , rub slowly downwards only, with using both hand thumb
Eren Baris 6 days ago
You used to bengay.
Capos 6 days ago
magnesium chloride is the solution
Tom Lutzenberger 6 days ago
The first step is identifying the source of the back pain if possible. Pills, ointments etc. are symptom-oriented and many times will not provide the right solution when mismatched to the cause. For example, if dealing with a sciatica issue, an ointment may or may not have effect, because the cause may be swelling. If, on the other hand, it is a vertebrae misalignment, then the better solution might be spinal decompression. The ointment won't work. So the first step should always really be what is the causation first, then match the tool to the situation.

The above said, the majority of back pain tends to be muscular. The most simple solution for such pain, assuming it is a strain, sprain or contusion type cause, would be temperature treatment. This is the ice/warm pad compression approach. This should be applied with rotating intervals, i.e. every 5-10 minutes, and then break and then repeat. The goal is to increase blood circulation to the affected area which improves nutrient resources flowing as well as repair, which ultimately provides improvement.

Ointments typically work the same way as ice and heat, creating temperature changes as above. Icy-hot and similar athletic creams work in this category. They also provide topical pain relief. But again, without knowing the cause ointments and similar patches like Salonpas etc. can be useless.

Pills (generally ibuprofen) are masks. They cut pain receptors temporarily to reduce the pain effect. They don't solve the problem. However, painkillers can be useful to help mobility again so a person can begin to stretch and move, both of which do help improve circulation as well as cause cramping muscles to work again. When they work and stretch out, it can reduce back pain if the causes is muscular-based.

Deep tissue massage can be very helpful with back pain if the cause is muscular in nature. Many times the pain source can be cramping or localized muscle knots from stress or repetitive function. Professional massage focuses on loosening and releasing the cramping effect from these areas which produces long-term pain relief and increased flexibility. It also helps improve circulation to the area that is cramping for repair.

Ultimately, if the source of the back pain is coming from structural issues such as the spine or discs, these will need to be addressed with far more than topical solutions discussed above. They should be examined by a doctor and diagnosed, as some may in fact need more significant work or even surgery to solve, especially if the pain is chronic and related to bone, cartilage, disc and connective tissue.
Sarah shohani 6 days ago
It depends on how old are you and how have you worked ? If you have serious problem about your back it refers to sciatica vessel that you can have a good massage and while you are bending your back walk about 20 steps and try to massage it from up to down .but the best work is to see a therapist.
If your backache is not permanent , it can be because of standing a lot or even sitting without any movements.
wish you be healthy
Humbe 6 days ago
Comer sano
jpmarcoleta 6 days ago
i will recomend you hot water bag
yasar 6 days ago
you can swım. soft swım . or turkısh bath
Mikzi 6 days ago
I've been dealing with lower back pain for a while caused by heavy lifting. The solution that worked for me was to use a spinal decompression technique: laying on my back with a massage roller beneath my lower back and relaxing the spine for a few minutes until it returned to its normal position with an audible crack. Doing this before going to bed for one week straight removed the pain. Training my core and lower back muscles have kept the issue from returning.
Vatsal 6 days ago
Use pillow on the back while sleeping
Miss Mike 5 days ago
Ok, here is the beginning of part of a treatment. 1. Go to 2. With 2 fluid ounces of that mix at least 1fl. ounces of cbd oil in a 4 ounce bottle and have someone rub the affected part. The frankincensemyrrh proprietary mixture has other ingredients that can also help. Good luck.
Vukosi 5 days ago
Opioids. If your back pain becomes more severe, you may benefit from a stronger prescription drug like an opioid. Opioids, such as oxycodone (OxyContin) and an acetaminophen/ hydrocodone combination (Vicodin), interact with receptors on nerve cells in the body and brain to reduce pain.
Victor Ekene Ezekiel 5 days ago
I had such pain before and what I do is sleep face up. By the time I wake up, I won't feel the pain any longer.
Freddy 5 days ago
Hot water bottle works as well. However, it’s important to maintain good lifestyle habits as well as posture. I hope You find relief
Gary D Lloyd 5 days ago
Light stretching to mobilize joints like when you were in gym class, a good warm up. Heating pad at night and stop sitting down for so long of a period, and an anti inflammatory
Jeffrey Dixon 5 days ago
Give cbd a try work for me
Jeffrey Dixon 5 days ago
Give cbd a try work for me
Matiás 5 days ago
lumbar pain is the most common among injuries at the level that you cannot request a medical license for this in many places, there are many strategies but without a doubt the most effective is strength training with exercises such as deadlifts or glute bridges, Although it can be connected with more repetitions, the ideal is that once the work progresses, go to series of 5 repetitions each one since this range affects more in the strength ... on average in about two months remarkable and lasting results are obtained.
Precious emmanuel 5 days ago
treatment of low back pain involves diagnosing the cause, then focuses on restoring pain free movement, and helping you maintain improvement long term.
cuma el hüseyin 5 days ago
hacamat yaptıra bilirsiniz yada hamama gitmelisiniz
alejo 5 days ago
What fixed my lower back problems was 1. a good, expensive 'stiff' type of mattress so the lower back really gets rest at night 2. working my 'core' at the gym
okon christian 5 days ago
If you have low back pain, your GP may suggest you take an over-the-counter NSAID (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug) such as ibuprofen. If this doesn’t help, your doctor may prescribe a different NSAID or another type of painkiller that may work better for you. They will prescribe the lowest dose to take for the shortest period of time. NSAIDs can cause stomach problems such as indigestion, which causes pain and discomfort, bloating and nausea. NSAIDs can also cause stomach ulcers and bleeding. So, your doctor may also prescribe another medicine to protect your stomach while you’re taking the NSAID.

You could try an NSAID cream or gel and apply it to the affected area. The advantage of using a cream is that it’s far less likely to cause any stomach problems. But creams and gels only work where you apply them. For example, although an ibuprofen tablet might help pain in both your back and knee, you would need to apply a cream to both places.

If you’re not able to take an NSAID, your doctor may prescribe a medicine called an opioid (for example, codeine). You might have this with or without paracetamol. Paracetamol isn’t thought to help much when used alone for treating lower back pain. But it works well when combined with other medications.

There’s a risk of becoming dependant on codeine, and it can also cause constipation. Your doctor will take this into consideration and explain the risks and side-effects to you.
Karly 4 days ago
See a chiropractor.
Nathan Daniels 4 days ago
Surgery should always be your last resort. Definitely stretching and all are great ideas and can certainly help, but I would also recommend some topical CBD products such as those from Charlottes Web. One of the best honest companies in my opinion. On top of that if the pain is terrible, there are some natural herbs you can take as well that can help with pain. Kratom is one to look into. I hope this helps.
K1 4 days ago
Dear KOSkost
I'm a physician and I can tell you how to manage a non-specific low back pain (NSLBP)
here is my advice:
A) conservative treatment:
Resting, rubbing topical Mineral Ice Gel or topical Voltaren gel 2time a day, Naproxen tab (250mg) 2 times a day + Celecoxib tab (200mg) 2 times a day, putting a hot stone in the towel and massaging the area
B) Minimally invasive treatment:
the use of corton (corticosteroid injection with the permission of you physician), Dry or wet cupping, dry needling (again with the permission of you physician).
Ferit 4 days ago
Merhaba Türkiye ülkesinde Afyon şehrinde termal havuzları denemelisin ve düzenli egzersiz.
Taha Bakındı 4 days ago
you should exercise
Saleem Khan 4 days ago
Your doctor will examine your back and assess your ability to sit, stand, walk and lift your legs. Your doctor might also ask you to rate your pain on a scale of zero to 10 and talk to you about how well you're functioning with your pain.

These assessments help determine where the pain comes from, how much you can move before pain forces you to stop and whether you have muscle spasms. They can also help rule out more-serious causes of back pain.


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If there is reason to suspect that a specific condition is causing your back pain, your doctor might order one or more tests:

X-ray. These images show the alignment of your bones and whether you have arthritis or broken bones. These images alone won't show problems with your spinal cord, muscles, nerves or disks.
MRI or CT scans. These scans generate images that can reveal herniated disks or problems with bones, muscles, tissue, tendons, nerves, ligaments and blood vessels.
Blood tests. These can help determine whether you have an infection or other condition that might be causing your pain.
Bone scan. In rare cases, your doctor might use a bone scan to look for bone tumors or compression fractures caused by osteoporosis.
Nerve studies. Electromyography (EMG) measures the electrical impulses produced by the nerves and the responses of your muscles. This test can confirm nerve compression caused by herniated disks or narrowing of your spinal canal (spinal stenosis).
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Most back pain gets better within a month of home treatment. However, everyone is different, and back pain is a complex condition. For many, the pain doesn't go away for a few months, but only a few have persistent, severe pain.

Over-the-counter pain relievers and the use of heat might be all you need. Bed rest isn't recommended.

Continue your activities as much as you can tolerate. Try light activity, such as walking and activities of daily living. Stop activity that increases pain, but don't avoid activity out of fear of pain. If home treatments aren't working after several weeks, your doctor might suggest stronger medications or other therapies.

Depending on the type of back pain you have, your doctor might recommend the following:

Over-the-counter (OTC) pain relievers. Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), such as ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin IB, others) or naproxen sodium (Aleve), may help relieve back pain. Take these medications only as directed by your doctor. Overuse can cause serious side effects. If OTC pain relievers don't relieve your pain, your doctor might suggest prescription NSAIDs.
Muscle relaxants. If mild to moderate back pain doesn't improve with OTC pain relievers, your doctor might also prescribe a muscle relaxant. Muscle relaxants can make you dizzy and sleepy.
Topical pain relievers. These products deliver pain relieving substances through your skin via creams, salves, ointments or patches.
Narcotics. Drugs containing opioids, such as oxycodone or hydrocodone, may be used for a short time with close supervision by your doctor. Opioids don't work well for chronic pain, so your prescription will usually provide less than a week's worth of pills.
Antidepressants. Some types of antidepressants — particularly duloxetine (Cymbalta) and tricyclic antidepressants, such as amitriptyline — have been shown to relieve chronic back pain independent of their effect on depression.
Mohini Tiwari 4 days ago
Few Points for relieving lower back pain:
1- Anti-inflammatory medicines - ibuprofen (Motrin, Advil) or naproxen (Aleve)
2- Biofreeze pain relief roll-on
Home remedies:
1- Heating pads really helps.
2- Brisk walk for 30 mins
3- Apply menthol, camphor, or lidocaine its very effective.
Mike M 4 days ago
For more holistic solutions:
-Homeopathics like Arnica Montana Cream (topical) and Arnica and Rhus Toxicodendron pellets/drops to take orally.
-FOOT CARE. Get new insoles in your shoes. you would be surprised how much pain can come from poot foot support
-See a Chiropractor. The issue may be sure to bad back positioning, posture, etc. Also, seeing a masseuse or acupuncturist can resolve or at least relieve the pain.
Angelina 4 days ago
Try icy hot medicated patches.
Elder 4 days ago
Physical exercises such as weight training, stretching, yoga, swimming and of course all with the assistance of a professional to observe the posture.
Muammer 4 days ago
Bel ağrısı için masaj sonrasında bel korsesi tavsiye ederim
Grant Self 4 days ago
It would depend on the type of pain you are getting, is it more within the tissue?

As I suffer withower back pain, I find that light yoga helps just to stretch out. I have a massage once a week, and I have also had acupuncture which helped my muscles ease and not feel so tight
Javi 3 days ago
Hacer deporte , y sobre todo estiramiento lumbar
ndltsr 3 days ago
Evinizde kas gevşetici var ise Güzel ve ağrıyan yerinize sürün ve üstünü sıcak bir havlu ile örtün.
kenan aydoğmuş 3 days ago
spor yapmayı dene
Caner 3 days ago
zeytinyağı sürün ve streçle sarın yatın vesabaha kalktığınızda ağrınız kalmaz
Lobo7922 3 days ago
I suffer from the same problem. But I been feeling better this last weeks.
The solution I have come with is to sit less (I use a pomodoro app to recall). And exercise more.
I been trying with a lot of different exercises, but what has helped me more is touching my toes (properly, without bending my back). It has helped me a lot.
Also I think walking in general is excellent.
feng way 3 days ago
Stress sitting, jogging, yoga, massage therapist, shouldn't be stressful
feng way 3 days ago
Stress sitting, jogging, yoga, massage therapist, shouldn't be stressful
GreendorM 3 days ago
Bel ağrısına fizik tedavi uzmanlarının tavsiyeleri bel egzersizleri yapmaktır, Bel kaslarını güçlendirebilmek için. Siz yapabiliyorsanız kızgınlaştırıcı krem kullanarak bisiklet kullanın ve arada bel esnetme hareketleri yapın. Eve gelince tatlı suda yaşayan biraz büyük olursa daha iyi bir balık alın. Balığı ikiye kesin ve kılçıklarını çıkartın. Sakın balığı pişirmeyin. Sonra balığı ikiye ayrılmış bir şekilde belinize yerleştirin ve üzerine bir havlu koyun. Sonra belinizi streç film ile sarın. Bütün gece bu şekilde oturabilirsiniz. Yaklaşık 3 saat sonra çıkarın ve duş alın. Kesinlikle klima ve rüzgar alan yerlerden uzak durun. Bir kaç gün bunu tekrarlayın ve bel ağrılarınız azalmaz ise bir doktora başvurun. Saygılarımla... - The advice of physical therapists for low back pain is to do waist exercises, to strengthen the waist muscles. If you can, use an irritating cream, use a bicycle and do waist stretches occasionally. Coming home, buy a better fish if it is a little big in freshwater. Cut the fish in half and remove the fishbones. Do not cook the fish. Then place the fish split in half on your waist and put a towel on it. Then wrap your waist with stretch film. You can sit like this all night. Take it off after about 3 hours and take a shower. Avoid places that are exposed to air conditioning and wind. Repeat this for a few days and consult a doctor if your back pain does not decrease. Best regards...
Ederson Da Silva Barbetta 3 days ago
Faça exercícios físicos para fortalecimento, mantenha uma boa postura, alongue bem seus músculos.
quaries 3 days ago
pills, ointments, medicine etc can help temporary but if you are looking for a permanent fix then you should probably try Yoga and stretching. You should also experiment with your sleeping and siting postures.
Yeswanth 3 days ago
If your upper body have over weight then there is a possibility of getting such pains. Go for massages this might help you
Yeswanth 3 days ago
If your upper body have over weight then there is a possibility of getting such pains. Go for massages this might help you
Useyın 3 days ago
Ağrı kesici iç
Ismail 3 days ago
Enough rest on bed,take less sugar,more of excercise
Igotchu 3 days ago
If you always sit try this, sit down first then put your ankle or your feet above your thigh it must form a square shape then lean forward as far as you can your chest and your legs must touch
Rolenay 2 days ago
try exercise such as yoga, pilates.
Chris 2 days ago
Lower back pain can sometimes stem from tight muscles below the lower back and the muscles surrounding. Try stretching the muscles around your lower back eg your gluten hamstrings, latissimus Dorsi these areas may alleviate some pain
Emra 2 days ago
Benim bi tanıdığım zeytin yağıyla masaj yapardı hel ve çok iyi geldiğini söylerdi ,zeytinyağı her derde devadır .zeytin yağıyla masaj yapmanı önerebilirim
Leodan 2 days ago
You should take pills, like Diclofenac
Deniz Durmus 2 days ago
Yoga + Balms like Tiger Balm (not sure if you can find it where you live), and alternatively, CBD oil.
Carlos 1 day ago
I’ve had back pains from work too and what helped me out was stretching in the morning and before going to sleep.. I got to say it does help a lot
Johndy Lavina 1 day ago
If your back pain is chronic, please check this out and see if this works for you:
Judith Kasavuli 1 day ago
Use an ice pack and an over-the-counter pain reliever such as acetaminophen, aspirin, ibuprofen, or naproxen. After the inflammation calms down, a heating pad or pack can help soothe muscles and connective tissue. If you have chronic back pain, sleep on a medium-firm mattress.
ariz 1 day ago
First asses your pain, the duration , the period/time it occurs, the kind of food u been taking or just taken when it happen (note for salty food) , does it happen upon waking up or does it happen anytime, is it chronic( happening for a month or longer) or is it acute(just now).. it is vital to know the cause because that is what u have to eliminate, if u will just take pain pills without taking out the cause it will just recur. consider also your age & occupation or the frequent activities u have. If the pain is recurrent or it is excruciating better got to Internal medicine or urologist.. most lower backpain are considered referred pain of renal origin... no ointment or pain killer or any other thing would handle that except dealing it w medical experts. to survive a day take a strongest pain meds u have and put "bengay strong" on the area and see a doc.
Naomi 1 day ago
Sorry for the pain,you will get better.please use voligel ointment to apply for it is the best treatment for general back pain with no side effects.quick recovery
Wasabi 15 hours ago
To cure back pain with cabbage leaves, throw a few leaves of cabbage into a pot of water and boil. Then drain the leaves and wrap them in a cheesecloth and apply as a compress to the sore area. For back pain, it is enough to do this application for half an hour.
Aravind S 12 hours ago

This is a place in Kerala, India. Book an appointment, visit. They provide Ayurvedic treatment for almost all physical issues. If you are willing to spend your coins on a remedy to your backpain, you can afford to take a trip to India and get it fixed. The currency exchange rates are 1 USD: 73 INR.
Aravind S 12 hours ago

This is a place in Kerala, India. Book an appointment, visit. They provide Ayurvedic treatment for almost all physical issues. If you are willing to spend your coins on a remedy to your backpain, you can afford to take a trip to India and get it fixed. The currency exchange rates are 1 USD: 73 INR.