Causes Of Lower Abdominal Cramps To The Feet?
Evening.. I want to ask you a question.. My mother is 63 years old who must have gone through menopause, she has lower abdominal cramps like she is about to have her period and it’s not only her lower abdomen that hurts, but her legs are also weak.. There’s a check with a general practitioner, he said. wind.. Because of the pain, my mom rubbed the sore area, and bruises appeared.. Is this dangerous or not, thanks in advance..
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Lower abdominal cramps do not only occur in women who are still fertile. The causes of these cramps can be many, including:
Urinary tract infections Bladder stones Constipation (constipation) Irritable bowel syndrome Pinched spinal nerves Diverticulitis (inflammation of abnormal bowel protrusions) Inflammation of the intestines Infections or kidney stones, etc. Or, it could be, this weakness occurs related to pinched nerves, stroke (neurological deficit due to rupture or blockage of blood vessels in the brain), dehydration (lack of fluids), hypoglycemia (low blood sugar), hypotension (low blood pressure), anemia (hemoglobin). low blood pressure), viral or bacterial infections, psychosomatic disorders, and so on.
It is better to give understanding to your mother to stop rubbing her painful stomach so that it does not cause irritation. To reduce pain, he can compress his stomach using warm water while increasing rest. It could also be, he took painkillers, such as paracetamol to improve pain. Eat regularly, reduce spicy food, and drink plenty of warm water. Remind him not to lift heavy weights or bend over too long.
In addition, consult your mother directly to the doctor so that further evaluation is carried out regarding what might be causing her complaints. The doctor may also perform further tests, such as laboratory, X-ray, CT scan, and so on so that treatment can be carried out on target.
Hope it helps ya..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah