Abdominal Cramps, Filling And Tender Breasts, As Well As Lower Back Pain?
good night doctor, i am 23 yrs old. My last monthly date is Saturday June 1 and on 7 u0026amp; 8 I have a relationship with my husband. And on Tuesday and Wednesday my body started to get a little hotter, and the lower part of the pain was sore, the stomach felt like cramps disappeared and then felt again, after that my breasts felt fuller, and a little sore. and if I count the period not yet for menstruation, I will count it will fall on 24/25 June this r maybe the doctor can tell me why I have my current condition
Hello, good morning Rebecca.
The complaints that you experience in the form of stomach cramps, fuller breasts and a little pain and lower back pain can be caused by several conditions, including:
early signs of pregnancy. From the explanation you have given, you have intercourse 2 weeks before your next menstruation (Day 14 of the first day of menstruation), usually that time is the time of ovulation or the release of a mature egg. At the time of ovulation, the chances of getting pregnant tend to be greater, because at that time the chance for the sperm to meet with the mature egg becomes bigger so that fertilization occurs.
pre-menstrual syndrome (PMS) or symptoms experienced before menstruation. PMS signs and symptoms are similar to the early signs and symptoms of pregnancy. In PMS, stomach cramps are common, but when pregnant, these cramps feel lighter than stomach cramps just before menstruation and usually in early pregnancy the cramps are also felt in the lower back. Apart from that, breast tenderness is also experienced both during PMS and early pregnancy. However, in early pregnancy, breast pain will feel worse, the breasts become very sensitive, and look full.
Disorders of the reproductive tract, such as myomas, ovarian cysts, pelvic inflammatory disease, and so on
Apart from conditions related to reproduction, abdominal cramps and lower back pain can also be caused by other causes outside the reproductive system, such as urinary tract infections, urinary tract stones, and so on.
We cannot confirm the exact condition you are experiencing at this time without conducting an in-person examination. However, if the complaints you are experiencing are mild, then you may only have PMS or you are pregnant (an early sign of pregnancy), you can overcome the lower back pain and stomach cramps that you feel with the help of warm compresses (can be with a cloth dipped in warm water or with a drinking bottle given warm water and then placed on the stomach and back, etc.), or with over-the-counter pain relievers such as paracetamol. Get enough rest and limit physical activity for a while. If then you experience delayed menstruation, then we recommend that you do a pregnancy check up with a test pack or go to a gynecologist (SpOG doctor) directly to ensure pregnancy.
If your complaint is severe, the cramps feel very intense, especially if accompanied by bleeding, then you need to immediately see a doctor (especially a SpOG doctor) or the nearest Emergency Unit. The doctor may do blood lab tests, ultrasound, and so on to find out the cause of the complaint.
I hope this helps.
Greetings, dr. Denisa