Abdominal Pain Accompanied By Fatigue, Easy Drowsiness, Hard Breasts?
Excuse me, I want to ask. I mens on the 19th of August and Completion on the 25th of August. Starting on the 1st sept. I really feel pain all over his body, pain, fatigue, easy drowsiness, dizziness, and breasts sometimes harden and sometimes pain, the stomach feels full and sometimes wants to vomit, and the lower part of the stomach to the left feels lumpy. Sometimes it hurts like back to menses. If you say you are pregnant, it’s not possible. Because I just felt the date of the 1st sept .. And until now on the 7th sept. Because last month I felt the same way. The difference is only in the hardened breast. Guess what I hurt ya
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Body aches, fatigue, drowsiness, dizziness, hardened breast and aches, stomach feel full, nausea, and lumps, accompanied by pain to the back can refer to a variety of the following conditions:
Hormonal fluctuations, not only during young pregnancy, but also during menstruation or using certain hormonal birth control
Viral or bacterial infections, for example urinary tract infections, digestive infections, dengue fever, breast infections
Other digestive organ disorders (other than infections), for example intestinal inflammation, allergies or food malabsorption, dyspepsia
Other reproductive organ disorders (other than hormonal fluctuations), for example pelvic inflammation, endometriosis, pregnancy disorders (for example miscarriage, wine pregnancy, ectopic pregnancy)
Others, such as psychosomatic disorders, fibromyalgia, drug side effects, and so on
If you feel you've had sex after your last menstruation, of course it is not impossible you are pregnant. In sensitive people, pregnancy symptoms can appear very quickly, even in the early weeks of pregnancy. In addition, some pregnant women can also experience implantation bleeding so that it is often confused with menstruation.
To be clear, you should consult yourself directly to a doctor or a specialist in internal medicine. Physical examination, laboratory, ultrasound, and so on may be done by a doctor so that the cause of your complaint can be identified and find the best solution. If the complaint is suspected to arise due to disorders in the reproductive organs, you can also be referred to a gynecologist.
What you should do now:
Compress the warm area of your breast, stomach, and back that feels uncomfortable
Wear clothes and bras that are comfortable and loose
Not taking drugs carelessly
Rest more, and eat more regularly
If you still have nausea and abdominal pain, do not eat foods that are spicy, sour, fatty, and contain a lot of gas
Don't think too much
Hope this helps ...