Frequent Pain Under The Stomach, Menstruation Is Not Smooth For 2 Months And Dizziness In The Eye Area?
Hi, I often have pain under the stomach. And these two months I have menstruation is not smooth. One month can be 4x. And often dizzy in the eye area. Farsighted …
Hello, good night Derea ...
Complaints of lower abdominal pain can be caused by various things and is not always related to menstruation. Some causes of lower abdominal pain include:
disorders of the abdominal muscles, for example due to collisions, injuries, and so on
abnormalities in the skin of the lower abdominal area, for example in shingles
urinary tract infection
urinary tract stones
matters relating to the reproductive tract, for example
ovulating (release of eggs by the ovaries)
the process of attachment (nidation) of fertilization to the uterine wall, this happens in the early stages of pregnancy
disorders of the reproductive tract, for example the presence of cysts in the ovaries, endometriosis (formation of uterine tissue outside the uterus)
If you experience menstruation more often than usual (polimenorea), then this can occur due to stress, very poor food intake, weight loss or drastic increase, physical activity that is too heavy (for example in athletes), obesity, malnutrition , thyroid hormone disorders, ovarian cysts, endometriosis, blood clotting disorders, and so on.
We recommend that you carry out an examination directly to the obstetrician to ascertain the cause of the complaint you are experiencing. The doctor will conduct questions and answers about complaints, conduct a physical examination, and if necessary the doctor will suggest supporting examinations such as ultrasound, blood and urine.
Meanwhile, regarding complaints of blurry / blurred vision, this also needs to be examined further by a doctor. Complaints of blurred vision can be caused by refractive abnormalities (as they are often called minus eyes, cylindrical eyes, plus eyes), tired eyes, dry eye syndrome, inflammation of the cornea, cataracts, glaucoma, and so on. We recommend that you do an examination with a doctor at a health center that has a refraction examination facility (or more specifically, do an examination with an eye doctor).
That's all, hopefully it helps ..