Back in July 2006, the British Medical Journal () published a study looking at patients >45yo... and what your family physician is trained & allowed to do).
Abdominal swelling & discomfort accompanied...
After doing 100 sit ups, you're lucky to be alive :)
Don't do sit ups the old Army way in which your shoulders and head are on the ground during each sit up. That puts a lot of stress on your back. Instead...
Sometimes the swelling of healing will cause a pressure that temporarily interferes with sensation traveling through the surgery site. Call you surgeon and ask if you should come in for a post-operative
I would suggest you to take following measures:
Do exercise regularly as it improves the circulation of blood.
Use support stockings as it promote blood circulation and limit the movement of fluid. Almost each drug sto
Back spasms and back pain reveals nerve pressure. Could be a misalignment, could be a disc issue, could be sciatica. I would see a chiropractor. Your primary doc may be able to give you muscle relaxers