Causes Of Late Menstruation Accompanied By Lumps In The Stomach And Nausea?
HallornI’m a 23 year old woman, my menstrual cycle has been a bit messy since I was in high school, sometimes it’s normal for me to get my period every month, sometimes I don’t. However, for the past 3 months I have had regular menstruation, now I am 10 days late, I feel my stomach is distended. And if I feel it feels like a lump or fat in my belly, the middle, above the navel, below the solar plexus. What sign is that? Am I pregnant? I’ve experienced vomiting and also experienced nausea, but nausea doesn’t matter in the morning, afternoon or evening, and nausea only occurs when I eat rice, but when I eat nausea, I immediately push it with drinking water, so I don’t vomit. I also often burp, but why does my stomach feel like a lump, just above the navel in the solar plexus, what does that mean?rnThank you
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Irregular menstruation can be triggered by various things, including stress, being overweight or obese, eating fatty and oily foods, activities or sports that are too extreme, lack of sleep and due to certain medical conditions.
Regarding the symptoms you mentioned in the form of lumps and nausea, you should check your condition to a doctor because these symptoms are not specific to pregnant people. The appearance of the lump could be a muscle, or a tumor. So it is very important to see a doctor because if you don't see it in person, it is very susceptible to misunderstandings.
Meanwhile, our advice is to maintain an ideal body weight, avoid eating spicy, fatty and acidic foods, drink plenty of water, eat more slowly and if necessary can be divided into several small portions a day, and if you suspect you are pregnant, you can do a test pack at home. I hope you and your family are always healthy.
That's all, hope it helps.
dr. Amadeo D Basfiansa