Bu Tucks Pain.

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Tramadol HCL (50MG) Hello My name is Ana, I'm having a lot of pain in my bu-tuck when i sit down and get ready to get up the pain is so intense that i don't know what to do. My doctor prescribe Tramadol HCL (50MG) I believe he should send me for an MRI but in stead he send me for x tray. He said that the x tray show artrides in my back, my back does not hurt me is my butucks



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Ana! Sorry about the pain you're in.

However, your doctor does know what he's doing and he did the right thing by ordering the x-ray. Due to the layout of nerves in our bodies, pain can radiate. Thus, there's a very good chance that it could be due to arthritis starting in your spine, but you may feel pain in your buttocks.

Basically, your nerves stem from one central location, which is your spinal column, then they extend out through the rest of your body. So, if you have a spinal injury, arthritis or some other condition that could be putting pressure on some of them, you won't always feel it in your back, but rather in the location the relevant nerves extend. For example, a pinched nerve in the upper area of your spine could cause one or both of your arms to go numb or be painful.

That could also explain why it's worse when you sit down and get up, because the sitting position naturally places a lot more weight on certain areas of your spine.

Tramadol is a centrally active analgesic that has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, dry mouth, drowsiness and constipation.

Learn more Tramadol details here.

Is there anything else I can help with?

Are there any other questions or concerns?

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