Right side back pain in particular is usually caused by a strain or other injury, but if you are experiencing back pain lower left side, there is also the possibility that it could be a pinched nerve or other naturopathic problem. The best way to treat right side back pain with natural and alternative remedies is to first figure out what is causing your pain so you can use the most appropriate means to get relief.
This symptom starts as a blunt and vague pain in the right side of your back or abdomen. The pain gradually increases until it becomes an intense pain, accompanied by vomiting, nausea, and a slight fever. For further evaluation, submit yourself to a CT scan and urine/bowel analyses. You might have contracted a urinary tract infection particularly if the pain is accompanied with burning sensation while urinating and a yellow discharge with strong and smelly or bloody urine. You can assist yourself by drinking at least 8 to 10 glasses of clear liquids (water is strongly recommended) a day. Absolutely avoid caffeine, alcohol and strong beverages and do not have intercourse until you’re cured or risk passing it to your partner.
Hernia is also a candidate problem and in some cases of back pain in the right side, disc herniation is a liable culprit. The centre pulposus is part of the intervertebral disc that cushions the spinal columns. What happens is when the nucleus pulposus matter herniates through the fibrous band called the annulus fibrous, which it is usually bound. A considerable amount of pressure (or force) or strain causes disc herniation, and this usually occurs on the lower back, which could radiate to other areas like the right side. Hernia treatment requires a specialist or risk permanent disability and it requires immediate medical attention in order to prevent complications such as gangrene, organ dysfunction (especially true with other hernia cases), or even paralysis and death. Repairing hernias involve surgical procedures but in many cases non-life threatening.
One common denominator is also kidney stones that have habit of radiating pain to the right quadrant of the back. On early stages the pain is somewhat vague, just a dull back pain in the right side that come and go. After some time, the pain will raise spreading to other areas on the groin. Always see a doctor, as this ailment requires professional aid. You can help yourself by drinking enough water to make 2.5 litters and avoid foods rich in protein, nitrogen and sodium.
Irritable bowel syndrome may also be causing you back pain on the right side. Stomach bloating and tiredness, gas and occasional nausea often accompany this vague and widespread cramp like pain. Irritable bowel syndrome goes along with constipation and diarrhoea. Get plenty of rest but do not neglect the need for exercise. Walk around a bit, it helps in the processes of your stomach. Eat a high fiber diet and again, maximize your clear liquid intake, particularly water and reducing fatty foods on your diet also helps. Having back pain in the right side might be a cause for alarm. But normally, there is nothing a good diet with plenty of water can prevent. Coupled with an effective exercise schedule, you can be sure of a healthy lifestyle.