How To Deal With Irregular Menstruation And Lower Right Abdominal Pain?

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I haven’t had my period for 3 months, but I’m not pregnant, two months ago my lower right abdomen hurt, I’ve checked with the doctor, and the doctor said there was swelling in my egg, but until now the pain is still there, and now My left stomach hurts, so both my stomach hurts, left and right.rnHow do I cure it..

1 Answer:

Hello,

Menstrual cycle irregularities can occur because =

Hormonal imbalance. Stressed. Use of birth control Polycystic ovary syndrome Extreme weight changes over a short period of time. Thyroid disorders. While the pain in the stomach that you are now feeling could be a condition from a previous examination. Of course further examination is needed if this complaint does not improve and actually gets worse.

Check back with your obstetrician, also do medical tests such as ultrasound to understand more about the health condition of your reproductive organs. In this way, the doctor can conduct a thorough examination and determine the cause of the pain and provide the appropriate treatment.

Give a warm compress to the stomach that feels pain, do exercise and take pain medication, eat balanced nutrition and drink lots of water.

I hope this helps.

dr. Yusi

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