Common Causes Of Abdominal Pain In Women?
Good evening, I am 16 years old. Often experience symptoms of pain in the inner abdominal area, sometimes on the left sometimes also on the right. A lot of carelessness that I often do too. Since I was 14 years old, I rarely eat breakfast and like to eat very spicy food, and after eating spicy food I drink ice. Now I just feel the pain that appears in my body. Now I also very rarely eat breakfast and eat it at 2 pm and at that time I immediately consume spicy food and drink cold drinks. I also now often stay up late and have a lot of thoughts. I often feel excruciating pain when relapse. I used to feel nauseous in the middle of the night and at that time my stomach pain recurred. The pain can range from 2-3 days to heal and reappear about 1/2 week later. When I have my period I often have pain in the stomach area to pain in the buttocks. And now there’s another symptom that worries me, I’ve had my period since yesterday, and this morning I found out that fresh blood was coming out of the anus along with the stool. I’ve never been to a doctor and taken any medication at all. I just want to make sure what disease I have?
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There are many possible causes for abdominal pain for a woman, based on your story, the possible causes for the abdominal pain you are experiencing are:
Endometriosis is a condition in which the tissue that normally lines the uterus grows outside the uterus
Myoma uteri, is a condition of non-cancerous growth of flesh in the uterus during the fertile period
Urinary tract infection
And if abdominal pain is accompanied by bleeding during bowel movements, the possible causes are:
Dysentery, is an infection of the intestines caused by amoeba, which causes symptoms of abdominal pain and twisting, liquid stools mixed with mucus and blood
Hemorrhoids or hemorrhoids, is a condition of widening or swelling of large blood vessels (veins).
Anal fissure is a condition where there is a small tear in the lining of the anus
Anal fistula is a condition where the tunnel between the skin and the anus is infected
We recommend that you have your condition checked by an internal medicine specialist or surgeon. To find out the cause, the doctor will perform a physical examination such as digital rectal examination, supporting examinations such as blood tests, urine tests, abdominal ultrasound examination, colonoscopy if necessary.
Some things you can do at home
If your stomach hurts, lie down and help compress
If you still feel pain, take painkillers such as paracetamol
Avoid spicy and sour food
Drink a lot of water
Avoid caffeinated and alcoholic drinks
Avoid excessive stress or anxiety
Eat more fibrous foods
Thank you, hopefully useful. dr.Nurmarwiyah