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Old 11-09-2012, 03:28 PM   #1
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Gymnastics injury

I hurt my back while i was doing gymnastics. It's not bad and i didn't even feel it until i stopped at the end of class, but now it hurts and i feel like i'm going to puke. What do you think i should do?

 
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Re: Gymnastics injury

How long has it been going on since you injured yourself? I never remember when you should apply heat or ice. But have you tried heat?

Does it feel like a muscular problem?

Not sure what you should take for pain. If it goes on to long and doesnt clear up I would suggest seeing your doctor as to what to do and what medication you can or cant take. Maybe an over the counter would help but should check with your doctor what he thinks would help you.

What are your symptoms?

 
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Re: Gymnastics injury

It's mostly just sore and it has only been a little over a day. Also like i said earlier sometimes i feel like i'm going to throw up.

 
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Re: Gymnastics injury

seems like you're n active person being in gymnastics.. maybe take some anti inflammatories apply some icyhot and give it a few days. If it gets unbearable hit the ER if it is the same for a few days call the doc and make an appointment.

As a gymnast I'm sure you know a lot of good stretches try to maybe apply some stretching to it. When doing that if it makes it worse quit right away.

Follow your body though, if it hurts a lot seek medical attention asap..

Good Luck!

 
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Old 11-11-2012, 04:42 AM   #5
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Re: Gymnastics injury

The best thing that you should do now is to consult for a good chiropractor to check the condition of your injury.

 
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