Abdominal Cramps Accompanied By Headaches, Post-menstrual Back Pain?

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Afternoons … my menstrual month is pink with no blood clots, and it is the same as the menstrual period, which is on the date of 14-17, but at the moment the menstrual period starts with the first day before the blood is 2-4 and the blood is the same color. like normal menstrual blood, after menstruation I have stomach cramps, headaches, easy fatigue, back pain, lust may be reduced, it happened until now … I bru to get rid of it once, before it never, before the explanation. thank you…

1 Answer:

Hello Jahti, Thank you for the question.


How was your menstrual cycle for the past 6 months? Menstrual cycles are calculated from the first day of menstruation to the first day of the next menstruation which normally ranges between 21-35 days. Menstrual cycles are affected by fluctuations in reproductive hormones in the body so that the menstrual cycle every month is not necessarily the same, can be faster or slower than the previous cycle.


Do you think the symptoms you are experiencing are signs of pregnancy? Your complaint is not necessarily caused by pregnancy. The complaints you submit can be caused by:

gastroenteritis
pelvic inflammation
urinary tract infection

If there is a possibility of pregnancy, you can wait for the next menstruation. If you experience late menstruation for at least 1 week, you can do a pregnancy test with a testpack. Testpack shows positive results if it shows two red lines. If the testpack is negative and you still haven't menstruated for the next 1 week, you can repeat the testpack or immediately consult an obstetrician for an ultrasound examination.


If the complaints that you feel are very disturbing, please consult with your doctor further. The doctor needs to ask further questions about this complaint and carry out examinations on you including supporting examinations such as blood tests, urine tests, ultrasound, or other tests. After knowing the cause, the doctor will check the proper treatment.


Please do the following suggestions:

try to maintain food intake by consuming food in small portions but more often
enough water intake
rest regularly
manage stress well
warm compresses on the affected area to reduce pain
I hope this helps.

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