During Menstruation, The Lower Abdomen To The Toes Feels Cold / Feverish?
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Each woman's menstrual cycle is different, the normal menstrual cycle is 21-35 days, which lasts about 3-7 days with a blood count of about 80 cc/day, accompanied by symptoms of abdominal pain or stomach cramps, dizziness, nausea, body feeling erratic, unstable emotions. However, not all women experience it, because the response of a woman's body to hormonal changes that occur during menstruation is different. Therefore, when you are menstruating, you feel pain in the lower abdomen that feels sideways to your toes, the body feels hot, the possibilities are many, namely:
Urinary tract infections Urinary tract stones Appendicitis Pelvic inflammation Endometriosis is the lining of the uterus or endometrium growing outside the uterine cavity Ectopic pregnancy or pregnancy outside the womb If the pain you feel is getting worse, does not go away or is reduced by resting or lying down, you should immediately consult an obstetrician and gynecologist.
Some things you can do at home
When the stomach hurts, rest, or lie down. Compress the sore stomach with warm water. If you still feel pain, take pain relievers such as paracetamol. Avoid caffeinated drinks which will trigger the pain. Thank you, I hope this is useful. dr. Nurmarwiyah