Back Pain Accompanied By Lower Right Abdominal Pain?
I hurt my back yesterday, maybe because of fatigue. Well, in the morning after waking up, my lower right abdomen hurts. The pain went through the back of the waist. In the past, I had pelvic inflammation. So, I want to ask, does this have something to do with pelvic inflammation or not? Please explain. R nThank you
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Pelvic inflammatory disease is an infection that occurs in the female reproductive organs, from the vagina, uterus, fallopian tubes, to the ovaries. This infection often occurs due to the spread of sexually transmitted infections, namely gonorrhea and chlamydia. It could also, the spread of this infection occurs when the normal protection of the reproductive tract in the cervix is disturbed, for example after childbirth, having a miscarriage, or also having an abortion.
Often, people with pelvic inflammation will not complain of typical symptoms in the early stages of the disease. However, as the disease worsens, there can be pain, which feels dominant in the lower abdomen to the pelvis, abnormal and excessive vaginal discharge, abnormal vaginal bleeding (usually occurs after intercourse and outside the menstrual cycle), fever, chills, and difficulty during intercourse. urination. If treated properly, pelvic inflammation is not an incurable disease. However, if the risk factors are not eliminated, for example, if you frequently engage in risky sexual activities or use inappropriate intimate organ care procedures (such as vaginal spas), then it is not impossible that pelvic inflammation can recur and recur. This condition may be what you are experiencing at this time.
Not only is pelvic inflammation actually, pain in the waist, lower abdomen, and pelvis that you are currently feeling can also arise due to other causes, such as fibromyalgia (muscle pain and supporting tissue), appendicitis (appendicitis), stones or kidney infection, irritable bowel syndrome, colitis, cystitis (bladder infection), pre menstrual syndrome, endometriosis, myoma, and so on. Therefore, you should check your complaint directly to the doctor. With a thorough examination, such as laboratory, X-rays, ultrasound, and so on, doctors can usually tell whether your complaint is due to pelvic inflammation or other causes. If in addition to pain you also experience abnormal vaginal discharge, the doctor can also check your vaginal discharge in the laboratory to find out possible signs of inflammation or infection. If it is true that you are suspected of having pelvic inflammation again, the doctor can refer you to an obstetrician.
Currently, try the following tips first:
Take paracetamol and use a warm compress to reduce pain
Improve the cleanliness of your reproductive organs
Do not have casual sex, use a condom
Do not do vaginal spas, hundred, use vaginal fragrance soaps, or undergo any vaginal treatments that have the potential to disrupt the balance of normal flora (good bacteria) around the vagina
Wear only clean underwear
Increase the consumption of antioxidants, such as vegetables, fruit and water
Hope it helps ..