Late 1 Month Menstruation Accompanied By Lower Abdominal Pain And Brown Spots Appear?
greetings, I want to ask you by the month 28 days .. I always feel sick part of ari2 .. And I have experienced grouping brown blood spots like before the first period … but not too period … I was worried whether I was pregnant or not.
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Need to be clarified, which part of your body exactly feels pain? Which body part do you call "the placenta"?
Abdominal pain that comes with menstruation that does not come can just indicate a pregnancy. Abdominal pain often occurs early in pregnancy, in addition to hormonal factors, as well as the implantation process (implantation of the results of fertilization into the uterine wall). This implantation can also make you emit blood spots similar to menstruation.
Not only pregnancy, but also, abdominal pain and menstrual delays that you experience are triggered by other factors, such as ovarian cysts (fluid-filled sacs that grow in the ovaries due to disorders of egg maturation), hormonal imbalances (often related to stress, fatigue, force unhealthy living, improper diet, obesity, side effects of birth control or other drugs, and disorders of the thyroid gland), pelvic inflammation, and many other possibilities.
You can do a testpack at home first to find out whether you are pregnant or not. If it is true that you are pregnant, after experiencing menstrual delays for more than 7 days, the testpack examination will usually show positive results. Or, you can also check yourself directly to the nearest doctor or obstetrician in order to do a more accurate examination, for example USG.
Meanwhile, you can reduce the pain in your stomach first by applying warm compresses. Avoid taking drugs carelessly, unless a doctor prescribes it directly. Be more diligent in exercising, stay away from stress, and eat more antioxidants (ie vegetables, fruits, and nuts) so that hormonal balance is maintained, and menstruation returns smoothly.
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