How Can You Deal With Lower Stomach Pain?
A teenager aged 19 years with complaints of pain in the lower abdomen with a scale of 8. had a family history of magh and asthma, had been treated with a diagnosis of uterine myoma having a sleep pattern 5 hours a day and consuming food 2 times a day, had tried traditional medicine, based on the results examination of TD 100/90 mmHg awareness of both IMT 27.1 pale conjunctiva and Hg 10gr / dl. What is the diagnosis? And what care do I need to give.
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It should be understood, that to determine the diagnosis, it is very necessary that complete data include history taking (patient history, present history, symptoms, course of illness, past medical history, family history, etc.), direct physical examination, and supporting examination.
In the case of lower abdominal pain, some possible causes are:
1. Pelvic inflammation / pelvic inflammatory disease
2. UTI, especially cystitis (inflammation of the bladder)
4. Lumps / tumors / abnormalities in the female reproductive organs (eg uterine myomas, ovarian cysts, ectopic pregnancy, etc.)
Direct physical examination is very important to assess whether there is tenderness, signs of irritation of the peritoneum (lining of the abdominal cavity), lumps, etc. Investigations can also be done to help the diagnosis, such as a complete blood test (whether there are signs of anemia, signs of inflammation, etc.), urine analysis, ultrasound, x-ray, or CT-scan. After a complete examination, then the conclusion of diagnosis and treatment can be drawn.
Pale conjunctiva and Hg 10 g / dL can indicate anemia / deficiency of red blood cells or hemoglobin. The cause of this anemia must also be sought, it could be from bleeding, nutritional deficiencies, or blood disorders.
In conclusion, more complete data is needed from determining the patient's medical history, physical examination, and supporting examinations.
That's all, hopefully it's useful.