Problem description: The patient’s female, 87 years old, felt pain in the lower back and waist under her hips 10 days ago. She felt pain like needle sticking. She took analgesic tablets for about a week. The pain relieved during the medication. Pain reappeared the next day after stopping the medication, and the pain this time was throbbing pain. The patient has no other previous medical history of hypertension in recent years. What is the problem and what drugs can be taken?
Question date:2020-11-04
Patient information:Age: 87 years old Gender: Female
Question analysis: In this case, taking painkillers cannot solve the fundamental problem, but it just stops the pain. In this case, it depends on whether the exercise range has been excessive recently.
Guidance suggestion: Pay attention to rest first, keep local braking, try not to move, and apply heat to the local area at the same time to see if the symptoms have improved.
Recommendations are for reference only. If the problem is serious, please go to the hospital for detailed inspection