Is heat good for sacroiliac pain?

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asked May 7, 2020 in Pain by XHnuts888 (3,860 points)
Is heat good for sacroiliac pain?

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answered May 11, 2020 by Cghrijd (1,040 points)
Yes applying some heat to the SI Joint Pain is good for it and helps ease the pain from the SI Joint pain.

When I have SI Joint pain I use a heating pad to help ease the pain of the SI Joint Pain and it does help.

If the SI joint pain is mild and not severe then the SI joint pain should go away and heal up on it's own within 2 days to 14 days.

More severe cases of SI joint pain may last for a month or longer and may need treatment by a doctor to manage the SI joint pain.

When my SI joint pain flares up the SI joint pain is just mild and goes away within 4 days of it starting.

You can take some pain medicine and apply a heating pad to the SI joint pain area to help ease the pain.

After a few weeks the SI joint pain should go away and if not or the SI joint pain gets worse then see a doctor about it.
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answered Jun 12, 2020 by $19169 (2,810 points)
Using heat such as from a heating pad is good for sacroiliac pain.

I recommend applying a heating pad to your sacroiliac pain and it should help ease the pain.

If you continue to have sacroiliac pain you should see a doctor as they can sometimes prescribe some prescription pain medicine that can help stop the sacroiliac pain.

But using a heat pad does help with sacroiliac pain.

My dad suffers from sacroiliac pain and he uses a heating pad which helps a lot.
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answered Jun 22, 2020 by LForward1 (420 points)
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