Does A Hard Impact On The Stomach Affect The Uterus?
Hello, I was kicked in the middle of the middle of my stomach as hard as possible with a guy until I almost wanted to pass out because of the pain. Can it damage my uterus? I want this story to be afraid of future husbands, because later on I am afraid of being barren * amit2
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. We understand your concern. A hard hit into the abdominal area can cause various things, but does not necessarily cause infertility.
A hard impact on the stomach is more likely to trigger bleeding and damage to the organs behind it, depending on how hard the impact you received. If the damaged organ is a reproductive organ, it may cause fertility disorders, but not necessarily, which means that not always a hard hit causes infertility. Only certain conditions with a certain degree of severity can later have this effect. But in your own case, seeing that this happened to you when you were in middle school and now you want to get married, chances are that you don't experience any problems, even though you feel the kick was very hard.
We can expect that because if it were hard, and there was damage or bleeding, you would have been hospitalized shortly after you received the kick. If the kick is hard enough to cause internal bleeding or organ damage, you will faint immediately, and it only takes a few hours until you will finally feel the symptoms of the damage. With all these years you have not experienced any complaints and you only remember this incident because you are worried it will affect your marriage, chances are there is nothing you need to worry about.
Even so, there may be medical information that has been missed, or there may be fertility problems but it is caused by other things such as myoma, cysts, or hormonal disorders that are not related to the history of the kick. We suggest that you consult your obstetrician for an initial examination to detect conditions that need further attention. Or you can also do a health check for the bride and groom at the nearest health center or pharmacy. So, hopefully answering your question.