Feeling Lower In Your Lower Abdomen Every Time You Lie Down?
, r nWhy every time I lie down my lower abdomen or more into the bladder feels down, r nSometimes occasional pain in the right or left, r nBut when my stomach does not go down, r nI also urinate not complete, r nI have experienced about 1 month, r nAnd after the urine test 1 month ago, r nThe results are normal, r nOther than there is no feeling or nausea or something, r nI am 23 years old, smoking for about 1 year r nWhat about the causes ??
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A drooping lower abdomen can indicate a hernia, which is the intestine sticking out due to weakening of the abdominal wall. Often, this condition has no clear cause. However, in some cases, hernias are triggered by the following conditions:
Increased intra-abdominal pressure, for example due to heavy lifting, pregnancy, constipation, coughing or sneezing that doesn't go away Overweight, obesity Having a weak side in the abdominal wall (for example due to genetic disorders, having had surgery in the abdominal area, aging, smoking) , etc. The sensation of incomplete urination may be caused by pressing the hernia on the bladder. Or, it could be, your habit of pushing excessively because incomplete BAK actually increases your risk of having a hernia. Incomplete urination can also be caused by urinary tract infections, bladder stones, enlarged prostate (for example due to benign prostatic hyperplasia, prostatitis, prostate cancer), bladder cancer, and so on.
In addition to a hernia, you may also experience a decreased stomach that you experience due to other factors, such as cystocele (the bladder drops down into the vagina), uterine prolapse (the uterus drops down), rectal prolapse (the rectum drops down), tract infections urine, urinary tract stones, psychosomatic disorders, and so on.
Urine tests alone may not be sufficient to determine what exactly triggered your complaints. It would be better if you check your complaint again with the doctor so that further evaluation can be done, for example through ultrasound, X-rays, or other supporting tests. That way, handling can be done appropriately according to the cause of your complaint.
At this point, you should first do the following:
Stop smoking Compress the sore stomach with warm water Avoid staying in a position that causes the pressure in the abdominal cavity to increase, for example bending too much, lifting heavy loads Control your health so that you don't experience prolonged coughing, sneezing, or constipation Maintain ideal body weight Routine exercise Don't hold urinate. Drink enough. Consume more antioxidants. Always keep your intimate organs clean. Hopefully this helps.
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah