Kinds Of Diseases In The Body?
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An increase in the number of leukocytes or white blood cells can be caused by various things such as infections, inflammation, allergies, malignancies, drugs, stress reactions, blood disorders, smoking, etc. The increase in the number of leukocytes will be significant if accompanied by a supportive clinical presentation. Direct examination is needed to look for causes and clinical conditions that coincide with an increase in the number of leukocytes. So we recommend that you consult your doctor directly about your condition. The doctor will conduct questions and answers and some examinations that are deemed necessary. If the increase in the number of leukocytes you experience is accompanied by a medical condition, then the doctor will provide treatment according to your condition.
Menstrual pain is pain that a woman feels before or is experiencing menstruation. In general, menstrual pain is a normal process if it is not caused by anatomical abnormalities of the reproductive system and is usually referred to as primary menstrual pain. When experiencing menstruation, the uterine wall contracts to fill in the lining of the inner uterine wall. This contraction will press the blood vessels in the uterine wall so that oxygen supply is blocked and causes pain.
Menstrual pain can also be caused by abnormalities of the reproductive system, which is known as secondary menstrual pain. Causes of secondary menstrual pain include:
- Endometriosis, namely the growth of uterine cells outside the uterus.
Pelvic inflammatory disease, which is a bacterial infection that causes inflammation of the uterus and can spread to its surroundings
- Adenomyosis, namely the growth of the inner lining of the uterine wall into the uterine muscle
- Fibroids, namely noncancerous tumor growths in the uterus
- Use of intrauterine contraception
- Narrowing of the cervix which causes obstruction of menstrual flow.
Need a direct examination by a doctor about the menstrual pain that you feel. The doctor will conduct questions and answers and some examinations as deemed necessary. Some of the examinations that may be carried out such as blood tests, ultrasound examinations, etc. This examination aims to determine whether there are any abnormalities that underlie menstrual pain. Treatment will be given according to the cause. Some of my suggestions for you to do at home are:
- Doing warm compresses on the lower abdomen
- Enough rest
- Avoid smoking and alcohol
- Massage your lower abdomen gently
- Regular exercise
Skin that has had a previous infection or inflammation process will usually cause the skin tissue to become damaged. Massive enough damaged skin tissue will be replaced with scar tissue. This scar tissue is usually harder and thicker than the previous skin tissue and does not have the functions of normal skin tissue. You can consult a doctor for further examination and treatment if needed. You should not dig into skin that is exposed to cuts, infections, or inflammation as this can cause further damage to the skin.
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