Sciatica nerve or Arq un Nisa Causes, Symptoms and Treatments

Sciatica nerve or Arq un Nisa Causes, Symptoms and Treatments

 

Sciatica nerve or arq un nisa is a pain problem in leg which starts from hip joint up to knee. It is commonly on back ares, one side of hip area and outer side of any leg. Sciatica is some time affects on both side of hip and legs. It is consists of mostly leg pain, feel like a bad leg cramp. During this situation standing for long time or sitting become difficult.

Sciatica nerve or Arq un Nisa

Sciatica pains might become worse when ever person cough, sneeze or sit on cold place for long time of period. Sciatica may starts suddenly or may be gradually. It can be at any age group but ratio of young people are nearly 1% to 2%. It mostly started from the age of 30 year. People more then 80% recovers completely from this disease. Sciatica is not a condition, it’s a symptom of any other problem related to sciatic nerve.

Causes of Sciatica

Sciatica nerve pain is may caused due to both sensory and muscular abnormalities. Mostly this pain may be due to pinching of sciatica nerves. Nerves pinched may be caused by tense of muscles or muscle spasms, or damage to the vertebrae and slipped disks.

Few other conditions are also cause sciatica pain like herniated or bulging disc that pinches the sciatica nerve, pirformis syndrome can irritate the sciatic nerve. Spondyolisthesis narrows opening the nerve and causes pain. Trauma to the spine and back injury can also leads sciatica.

Symptoms

Common symptom is hip pain, thigh pain and pain in the sciatic nerve. Few other symptoms are a cramping sensation of the thigh, shooting pains from the buttock and down the leg, , a burning sensation in the thigh. Patients may feel tingling or pins-and-needles sensations in the legs and thighs.

Treatment

There are many treatments of sciatica nerve pain like medication,

physical therapy, spinal injections and surgery. Anti-inflammatory drugs can also help to relief this sciatica pain, which allowed for increased mobility and stiffness.

Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) can also be helpful. Muscle relaxants like cyclobenzaprine or flexeril may be prescribed to relieve the discomfort. Exercise and physical therapy can also help to get relief from this pain.

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