Causes of Back Pain in Marathi
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What causes back pain?
We will understand back pain according to age,
Up to 25 years:
-Injury: The patient may have been injured or may have had an accident or sports or gym injury may cause muscle spasm in children and back pain. Mechanical back pain is likely to occur when people working in the IT sector have to sit in one place for a long time. Mechanical back pain is caused by the wrong sitting posture.
-Infection: If the patient has an infection anywhere in the body and the infection reaches the spine through the blood, then back pain can occur.
-Developmental problems: spinal deformity means that the patient has S shape disease. Scoliosis, a disease that starts at an early age, should be treated by parents in time. As it may lead to backpain.
25 to 50 years:
-Injury: This problem is due to the wrong exercise or lifting some weight. The patient is more likely to have slip disc.
-Infection: If the patient has an infection anywhere and the infection reaches the spine through the blood, then back pain can occur.
-Accident: If the patient meets with an accident, the patient gets spinal fractures and if they do not fix the spinal fractures, the patient will suffer the same pain for the rest of his life.
-Spinal Cord Tumor: If there is an infection anywhere in the body and the germs come to the spine, the patient starts suffering from the back pain.
After 50 years:
-If most women do not have calcium intake after menopause, back pain can occur.
-The wearing and tear of bones can cause back pain. This problem starts when the patient is not exercising regularly.
-Fracture: If the patient has an accident, the patient gets spinal fractures.
-Age-related back pain.Osteoporosis or Osteomalacia.
Exercise reduces a lot of back pain. It is very important to understand and diagnose the cause of back pain according to different age groups. For this some tests are done, x-ray or CT scan, MRI scan is done
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