Abdominal Pain Like Menstruation Accompanied By Breast Pain And Heartburn?
Hello, I want to ask. Some days my stomach hurts like PMS, but sometimes it disappears sometimes appears. Accompanied by breast pain and heartburn. I last had sex a week ago and at the beginning of the fertile period. So, why? Thank you
Pain such as PMS or commonly called menstrual pain is almost felt by every woman who will experience ovulation / menstruation or can even be experienced just before menstruation. The pain can last for two to three days. This is caused by a contraction in the stomach of the uterus that compresses the surrounding blood vessels, so that the supply of oxygen to the uterus becomes obstructed so that pain in the lower abdomen appears. In addition, the body also produces a chemical called prostaglanding which causes contractions to become stronger so that the pain also increases.
In addition, hormonal changes in a woman's body will also cause other complaints such as sensitive breasts, abdominal bloating, headaches, pimples, etc. Symptoms that appear on you could be due to hormonal changes that trigger menstruation or it could be due to signs of successful conception or conception. So that it is very likely that the signs you feel are one of the symptoms that you are pregnant.
To make sure you can do a urine test using a test pack, if the results are still negative you can wait for it 1 week later and do a re-test pack, and you can evaluate your stomach pain and the sensitivity of your breasts and heartburn that you feel is still persistent or missing . If the complaint that you feel only occurs a few days and followed by the discharge of blood from the female / vagina, that means these signs are signs of pre menstruation. But if these signs persist and do not disappear 1 week ahead and there is no sign of menstrual blood loss, most likely you are pregnant.
If you have done a test pack and the results are positive it is better if you consult directly with your obstetrician to ensure that your womb is okay. And while this is to prevent complaints that are getting worse and interfere with your activities, then you should get enough rest, avoid foods that trigger you nausea or vomiting, consume enough water, and avoid taking any medicine without consulting first with your doctor.
So that we can convey, hopefully useful. Thanks.