Frequent Back And Back Pain During Menstruation?
Good night, I want to ask, I am 22 years old, I often experience back pain and back pain from under the nape of the neck, and my stomach feels so big and big, I have nausea and I want to vomit, but he vomits so he doesn’t come out … my period the lower stomach feels something is not smooth .. and often shortness of breath. Is this normal, my menstrual schedule has advanced 1 week, where last June I was on the 11th, but this month on the 3rd, which should have been counted on the 9th, just my period again … is this still normal? Please explain, thank you ..
Complaints that you experience range from back pain or back pain, nape of the neck, stomach feeling sick and nauseous, menstrual disorders are not smooth, the lower abdomen feels like something is up, often tightness can be interrelated or caused by the same thing or can be a symptom of several unrelated conditions. This condition can often be influenced by lifestyle or habits or diet as well. Neck pain, back pain or back pain can be a condition that often may be related to muscle tension, and often due to positions when working or relaxing or because of certain activities such as lifting heavy weights or certain sports. While complaints of nausea such as wanting to vomit and stomach upset may be caused by:
Gastritis is irritation of the mucosa of the stomach wall due to increased stomach acid, symptoms of nausea can be followed by vomiting, stomach upset or gurgling and heartburn GERD, namely the increase in stomach acid into the esophagus due to weakening of the stomach lining muscle with the esophagus, symptoms of nausea, a feeling of tightness in the chest, coughing, a burning sensation in the chest peptic ulcer, which is an injury to the stomach or intestinal wall due to excessive production of gastric acid due to hormonal influences. weeks or one week back from the date it should be is still normal. For complaints that feel there is a block in the lower abdomen, it is better to have further examination with a gynecologist to find out what the cause is whether there is no abnormality or is there a mass that may be a cyst or myoma or other Some of the things you can pay attention to:
keep a regular diet don't eat too late, don't eat foods that are too spicy or acidic, get used to breakfast, avoid eating fatty foods, avoid coffee, soft drinks and alcohol, take acid-lowering drugs such as antacids. If your complaints persist, you should check your condition further directly to doctor to do an examination and find out the cause so that treatment can be given according to the results of the examination.
here's an article you can read on gastritis, GERD
hopefully useful, thank you