Causes Of Stomach Pain In The Middle Of The Night When Pregnant 4 Months?
Hello. I have a question, I’m 4 months pregnant. And every midnight I wake up because I want to urinate, after urinating my stomach becomes sore at the bottom, I want to vomit and have a headache? That’s why yes. thank you
Hello, Risma Adelia, thanks for asking HealthReplies.com.
The symptoms you experience (often waking up to urinate, lower abdominal pain, dizziness, nausea) can be caused by several possibilities:
1. Urinary tract infections
2. Pelvic inflammation
3. Consuming too many substances such as coffee or tea that make you urinate frequently
4. The effect of the growing fetus so that some organs in the abdomen are pressed, such as the bladder, causing frequent urination.
5. Dizziness can be caused by sleeping on your back. Sleeping on your back with the growing size of the fetus can compress the blood vessels so that blood to the brain and heart becomes limited and causes you to feel dizzy. In addition, dizziness can be caused by a lack of intake of certain nutrients such as iron.
To find out the cause, it is necessary to do a doctor's examination. The doctor will ask in detail about the symptoms you are experiencing, perform a general physical examination and prenatal care, as well as carry out supporting examinations that may be carried out, such as urinalysis, complete blood tests, and ultrasound. If you experience any of these things, then go to the doctor immediately: symptoms are accompanied by fever, vomiting, unbearable abdominal pain, pain when urinating, vaginal discharge, pain in the genitals, bleeding from the vagina.
Here are some things that can be done to relieve complaints:
1. Reduce consumption of substances that make you urinate frequently, such as tea and coffee
2. Fix your sleeping position, the best sleeping position is the side position
3. Keep your genitals clean
4. Reduce nausea by drinking ginger water
5. Warm compresses on the painful area
6. Sufficient nutrition and fluid needs
If the symptoms do not improve, please consult a doctor immediately. The following are things to consider when 4 months pregnant.
That's it, I hope it's useful.
Regards, dr. Sarah Rizqia