I don't know if it's lumbar disc herniation. I'm 20 years old. I usually exercise more. As shown in the figure, the pain on the side of the waist is not in the middle of the waist. What's the problem? Can I continue training after the injury
Hello, according to the situation you described, this may be caused by lumbar spine disease or lumbar muscle strain. In this case, it is generally not recommended to do training, but mainly pay attention to rest and appropriate hot compress and plaster to alleviate symptoms. If it has been painful, it is recommended to go to the hospital for lumbar spine CT, further examination, determine the specific cause and then treatment. In this case, don't sit and bend down for a long time.
According to your, this class is mainly because of low back pain and radiation pain in the lower leg. This situation generally does not have symptoms of pain and discomfort. Fortunately, there is further examination. Generally, some anti-inflammatory drugs are required according to the examination. The thing of lumbar disc herniation will have a certain impact
Hello, according to your description, low back pain is accompanied by radiation pain in the lower leg. The main consideration is lumbar disc herniation. At the age of 20, lumbar disc herniation will also occur. It is mostly caused by sitting and bending at ordinary times, or often engaging in some physical labor such as bending and lifting heavy objects. It is suggested that you go to the orthopedic department of the hospital for treatment, make a clear diagnosis through physical examination and improve relevant auxiliary examinations, and then treat it systematically.