Abdominal Pain Above The Caesarean Section During Menstruation?
, please explain … for 2 years I inject 3 months no menstruation, then inject 1 month and take pills but menstruation is not smooth and only plek … after birth control, menstruation smoothly (many) and normal every month, but every time I want to menstruate and during menstruation, the left abdomen precisely above the cesarean line feels painful, even tend to be sore and senut2.kenya huh? but after menstruation stops, the pain disappears again … 🙏
Thank you for the question.
Irregular menstruation in women using hormonal birth control, including 3-month injectable birth control, 1-month injection contraception, and also birth control pills often occur naturally because of the effect of birth control that modifies the balance of reproductive hormones in the body. As long as family planning is used regularly and is controlled by the doctor according to schedule, often this condition is not dangerous and can improve with a healthy lifestyle. Although indeed, in addition to its birth control, menstrual disorders may arise due to other factors, such as unhealthy lifestyles, stress, fatigue, extreme diets, the influence of drugs, ovarian cysts, thyroid gland or pituitary disorders, and so on.
Pain around the cesarean that you experience every menstruation can also occur naturally due to the influence of uterine muscle contractions when bleeding menstrual blood. This pain can be aggravated because of the nature of scar tissue as a substitute for a wound when the cesarean is less elastic and cannot accommodate excessive contraction of abdominal muscles. It could also, this pain appears associated with diseases, such as cysts, urinary tract disorders, gastrointestinal tract, and so on.
Your condition should not be feared excessive. In addition to living a healthy lifestyle, you can also compress the stomach area that is often painful with warm water. Not only that, also manage your stress well, eat and drink healthy, get plenty of rest, exercise regularly, wear loose and comfortable clothing, and don't take any medication without doctor's advice.
If with these steps the complaint still has not improved, do not hesitate to check directly to the doctor or obstetrician to find the best solution.
I hope this helps.