Itching At Night, Aching In The Pit Of The Stomach And Not Yet Menstruating After The Postpartum Period?
Hello, I am a mother who 3 months ago gave birth by Caesarean section. During childbirth, my appetite was reduced, shortness of breath when I had a heavy activity and after seeing a general practitioner I was declared anemic and there was swelling in the liver. I have checked with a specialist in he said it was because of my heart problem which was problematic since childhood. The doctor’s examination only uses a stethoscope and concludes immediately. In addition, my legs are also still needed to be given a diuretic drug (farsiretik). Now the problem for the edema has healed and appetite starts to increase even though sometimes at a certain time again. Shortness of breath arises if you are really tired, but not often. However, at night my body always itches in certain areas and moves. For example, in the hands then can continue on the stomach, etc. And now the stomach feels sick when eating in the pit of the stomach and under a caesarean section. I also questioned the puerperium is over but why is it not mens. Actually, what illness did I suffer from? Thank you for your response and time.
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Disorders of the heart can be detected through physical examination and it would be even better if further tests were carried out with support such as heart records, cardiac ultrasound. From a physical examination the doctor will usually direct the possibility of interference with the heart by hearing the existence of additional sounds in your heart. Usually the symptoms of heart problems experienced are
1. Shortness of breath, especially when on the move, lying down
2. Swelling in the leg area
3. Pain in the right upper abdomen
Some other things that might be accompanying are
1. Allergies will usually appear rash in certain conditions that can be triggered by cold, bulum or other
2. Dyspepsia is a stomach disorder that appears usually is pain in the solar plexus, discomfort in the upper abdomen, nausea and vomiting
For the puerperal conditions usually with exclusive ASI normally can occur without menstruation for up to 6 months this is influenced by the condition of reproductive hormones in the body and one of the benefits is as natural contraception.
If there are disturbing conditions, severe tightness, you should immediately go to the hospital to prevent worsening of conditions and emergencies.
Thus the information we can convey. Thanks.