Abdominal Pain Like Menstruation Accompanied By Nausea?
I last menstruation last month, June 19 to June 24
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Abdominal pain such as menstruation accompanied by nausea actually does not always indicate interference with the reproductive organs. Disorders of other organ systems can also trigger complaints like this.
Here are some possible causes for your complaint:
Normal conditions, for example due to hormonal fluctuations before menstruation or early pregnancy, fatigue
Reproductive tract disorders, for example endometriosis, ovarian cysts
Urinary tract disorders, for example urinary tract infections, bladder stones
Gastrointestinal disorders, for example gastroenteritis, dyspepsia, inflammation of the intestine
Others, for example fibromyalgia, somatoform disorders, viral or bacterial infections in other organ systems, or drug side effects
Given that your complaint has lasted for 3 days, we recommend that you don't leave it alone. Check with your doctor directly to be given the best treatment. Also tell the doctor if you are currently undergoing a pregnancy program to the doctor or taking certain medications so that the doctor can adjust the treatment given. If your doctor suspects that your condition has something to do with the pregnancy program you are undergoing, he may also refer you to an obstetrician.
What you can do now:
Compress abdominal pain and nausea with warm water
Drink plenty of warm water
Also consume warm food, eat regularly, small portions but often
Do not always eat foods that aggravate nausea, for example foods with coconut milk, fried foods, spicy, and contain a lot of gas
Do not over-drink soft drinks and caffeinated
Do not carelessly take medication if not prescribed directly by a doctor
Regularly exercise, don't worry too much, and always live a healthy lifestyle
Hope this helps ...