Abdominal Pain Or Cramps During Menstruation?
Friday, July 19, 201906: 52 Good morning, I’m vivi from Medan, like this the fasting month yesterday was held for the second time I miscarried 2 months, and I was cured right, so besides the rest of the miscarriage that was cured there was another lump that could grow into a cyst , said he was clean, and no longer healed when I heard in a month he said that. Just now last night I came in that month it felt so painful it was the same when I miscarried too. It turns out I saw out again he was a lump of meat as big as my thumb. I hope the doctor can give me an answer
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Abdominal pain or cramps during menstruation is referred to by medical terms as dysmenorrhoea. The condition is caused by hormonal influences on blood vessels in the uterine wall that are undergoing decay. Menstrual blood is blood that decays from the uterine wall, when decay occurs, pain-causing substances (prostaglandins) are released quite a lot. These chemicals cause complaints such as lower abdominal cramps and hip pain.
In most women, abdominal pain / cramps during menstruation is a natural thing to happen. Usually it will be felt before the menstrual period is underway, but of course this will be different to be experienced in every woman.
Although most cases are reasonable conditions, but if menstrual pain occurs continuously every menstruation comes with a fairly heavy intensity, chances are it can be a marker of a disease in the reproductive organs such as:
Pelvic inflammatory disease
Benign tumors in the uterus
Use of IUD contraception
Changes in menstrual blood color (both bright red and more black) and blood clots that come out can occur due to the presence of blood clotting substances contained in menstrual blood. It is not proportional to the length of time when blood is in the uterus before being expelled so that the blood becomes clotted and changes color. Normally menstrual blood contains only a few blood clots, therefore women often experience an increase in menstrual blood volume on the first day of menstruation and will decrease with time.
Therefore, don't worry about your condition. The lump of meat you mentioned is menstrual blood from the lining of the uterus which clots reddish brown / black and comes out of the vagina. And if leaving is a natural thing and do not need to feel anxious.
Cysts that grow in the reproductive organs will not come out by itself. There are various types of cysts that can disappear by themselves, appear permanent but do not cause symptoms or the type of treatment that must be done for medical treatment to remove it.
If the pain you feel is quite disturbing, take pain relievers and take a rest at home. Avoid heavy activities or fatigue and meet your body's fluid needs. If necessary, consult directly with an obstetrician so that you get a more complete and relevant examination and information related to your condition.
Thus the information we can convey, hopefully helps