Abdominal Cramps After Miscarriage 2 Months.?
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On the right abdomen there are several organs such as digestive organs (intestine, liver, bile), urinary tract, and reproductive organs. Disturbances in these organs can cause complaints of right abdominal pain. In addition to disorders of these organs, disorders of the spine or innervation can also cause abdominal pain, such as aches and numbness to the feet. Disorders of the digestive organs can occur due to inflammation of the intestine due to viral, bacterial, or parasitic infections, food poisoning, allergic reactions, etc., which cause disturbances in the pattern of bowel movements, bowel movements become more frequent, 3 times or more a day with liquid consistency or it can also cause a reduced frequency of bowel movements or constipation, black stools such as asphalt due to bleeding in the upper digestive tract, and others. Urinary tract disorders occur due to urinary tract infections, urinary tract stones, tumors, etc., usually characterized by low back pain or lower middle abdominal pain, urinating, not dripping, dripping, urinating becoming more frequent, fever, etc. and disorders of the reproductive organs for example due to cysts, myoma, endometriosis, etc., usually characterized by disorders of the menstrual cycle, can shorten or lengthen, abnormal menstrual periods, severe abdominal pain during menstruation, etc. Abdominal cramps do often occur in patients with miscarriages, this is because the uterus / uterus contract to remove the remnants of tissue in it, usually improves within a few days until the bleeding stops. But if the bleeding has stopped and stomach cramps are still felt or getting heavier you should consult a doctor, the doctor will ask for complaints, physical examinations, and some supporting examinations if needed, such as blood tests, feces, urine, ultrasound, and others. Handling will be done according to the underlying cause so that it will be more appropriate. It is better to eat healthy and nutritious food, consume water, avoid spicy, oily, or acidic foods, keep food and food clean, wash hands before preparing or handling food, keep the genital area clean, and don't forget to get enough rest. . To reduce complaints, you can try to compress a painful stomach with warm water. If the complaint does not improve or gets worse or should not be delayed to consult a doctor.
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