A Blue Lump In The Groin Of Pregnant Women?
Like t, I am 7 months pregnant. Since I was 6 months pregnant every time I sleep around my groin feels tight and sore, and sometimes it itches, the midwife said it’s okay, but when I enter 7 months, how come a lump appears with blue muscles, it’s dangerous and does not affect during labor, what do you do? the subscribers .. Thank you
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The blue bump you are complaining about can be caused by several conditions. Some of the conditions that can be thought of as the cause of your complaint are as follows:
Varicose veins in pregnancy or the widening or swelling of the blood vessels on the surface of the skin Rupture of the smallest blood vessels on the surface of the skin, known as capillaries, is a disturbance in the muscles around the groin. Hernia or decreased organs in the abdomen due to the weakness of the tissue that supports the organ. The presence of other medical conditions. The presence of varicose veins can not be confirmed by direct physical examination by a doctor. Varicose veins are common in pregnancy and this condition is greatly affected by the changes that occur during pregnancy. Some of the conditions that can cause this condition are as follows:
Increase in the amount of blood in the body Increase in size due to the growth of the fetus in the uterus. Hormonal effects. Some tips to reduce pain that you experience can be considered the following:
Raising the legs while sitting or sleeping. Using certain stockings. This treatment can be consulted with a doctor. Sleep on your side. Light exercise. Lose weight. Reduce excess salt intake. Avoid standing or walking for too long. Avoid wearing high heels. To confirm your condition whether there are varicose veins or not, it is highly recommended that you consult and go to a doctor directly so that appropriate treatment can be done before getting pregnant and undergoing labor later.
That's what I can say, hopefully it's useful.
Greetings, dr. Tiwi