Abdominal Pain During Fertility?
I want to ask if pain or pain during ovulation is normal? the pain is not severe, just like pain during menstruation, usually for a day or two. I can still move, do not feel dizzy or nauseous, just a little annoying even though I’m not menstruating but painful. my menstruation is regular every month, but it can take 8-10 days. 23-year-old woman not married.
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Ovulation is the process of releasing a mature egg from the ovary to the channel between the ovary and uterus that is ready to be fertilized. Ovulation in women varies greatly, but generally occurs about two weeks before the first day of the next menstruation begins. This ovulation period is usually used by people who run pregnant programs.
Here are some physical signs that are usually experienced by women who are in ovulation, such as cramping or pelvic pain, breast pain, abdominal pain or bloating, increasing vaginal discharge, experiencing a slight increase in body temperature, and increased sexual desire, so don't worry about painful You feel still quite normal.
As for the things you can do if the pain arises:
Compress the stomach with warm water Consuming warm drinks or foods If the pain is unbearable, can consume anti-pain medications such as paracetamol at the dosage indicated on the packaging of the drug Avoiding stress and adequate rest. Consuming nutritious foods, especially those containing iron and folic acid. find the following signs, I suggest to consult directly with a specialist obstetric and gynecologist:
Dizziness or fainting Bleeding from the vagina outside menstrual periods Nausea and vomiting prolonged Stomach feels swollen Difficulty breathing