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Backpain after using Indian type toilet
I had recently been to my native & had to use indian type washroom..after 13-14 days, im experiencing severe back pain..im not able to sit for a long while..& if I get up after being seated for sometime, im having backpain..like i have to make arrangement before getting up from chair to avoid backpain..even if I cough, i feel back hurts.. Iv started doing makarasana since 2 days, which I did 2 years before when I had same issue & was relieved..i had consulted an ortho & did physiotherapy earlier, but it was a waste of time & money..only yoga helped me! Will it recover me even now? Y at such young age I'm contracting such old age problems? I agree i have sedentary lifestyle! But y when others don't experience backpain, i get it? Am I week? What healthy diet & routine would save me from contracting such issues hereafter?
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Hello ,got your concern ,it can be treatable with further evaluation, better healthcare and proper treatment ..For prescription and counselling regarding the same you can consult me through this app - Dr Hemanth Patakamuri
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Low back pain could be due to musculoskeletal spasm. Or disc propose.
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Please get a X ray of lumbosacral spine. Take tablet myspas thrice daily for 5 days. Iconac mr 8 twice daily for 5 days. Back rest. For 2 weeks.
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Avoid lifting heavy objects. Bending , turning suddenly.
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yoga and stretching will help improve your lifestyle :)
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Makarasana is a good exercise for your core. Ypu have not mentioned your weight. Your weight or height may play a big role in your back pain which is recurring. Posture correction may be needed as well. Consult for suitable advice and apt management.
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Kindly consult a surgeon at practo
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Please consult to me on practo for detailed History and further treatment plan. Thanks
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Can help you with the next course of action and treatment plan. Would like to discuss in details and provide apt solution. Kindly consult.
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Take tab zerodol th max 4 twice a day. Tab nervite plus At night 1 month. Tab neurobion forte twice a day 15 days thereafter once a day × continue ×3 months
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for more details consult with me in practo
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Can help you, kindly provide detailed history for proper diagnosis and further management
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Can help you for further management. Kindly take online consultation in practo.
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Consult online available nw U need muscle relaxtants will prescribe u U need to apply cream daily Rest
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Kindly consult
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