Left Abdominal Pain Accompanied By Nausea And Vaginal Discharge That Smells?
Hello! I want to ask, I recently have a decreased appetite pattern and also I have abdominal pain in the lower left and when I wake up every morning I feel my lower abdomen is like a stretch and is accompanied by nausea but it doesn’t feel too nauseous until vomiting is not. I also last month got a 2X obstacle at the beginning of the month and at the end of the month, yes, the actual cycle was at the beginning of the month but how come it could be twice? Because this month I haven’t had menses at the same time until this old date and instead what came out of Miss V was a milky white liquid like vaginal discharge, but it smelled like no foul vagina. Are these signs of pregnancy? And one more thing, when I have sex with my husband I feel sometimes it hurts and sometimes it causes blisters and feels like burning pain and also a white discharge like vaginal discharge from Miss V when I have sex. That’s the question, thank you!
Hello Mrs. Virginia.
Thank you for the question.
Each woman's menstrual cycle is different. Normal menstrual cycle range is 21-35 days. If you are part of the 21 day cycle, then most likely you will experience menstruation 2 times a month. The delay in menstruation in the next lunar cycle may be caused by pregnancy. To be sure you can use a urine test or by consulting a doctor. In addition, irregular menstrual cycles can be caused by:
psychological stress weight loss is too drastic or excessive increase in polycystic ovary syndrome. Lower left abdominal pain can be caused by many things, such as going into ovulation or hard stools. As for other causes of lower left abdominal pain:
Fallopian tube infections and ovaries / pelvic inflammation can be accompanied by fever, nausea, and vomiting, psychological stress, ovarian cysts, endometriosis, cervical problems, kidney stones, colon disease, constipation, cancer, other complaints such as vaginal discharge can be a accompanying complaint of lower left abdominal pain that you experience if you have a fallopian tube infection or pelvic inflammation. Discharge from the vagina is not solely due to the infection process. In normal circumstances, vaginal discharge occurs in pregnancy, breastfeeding, and pre-menopause. However, other conditions can cause vaginal discharge such as:
bacterial infections, bacterial vaginosis and Chlamydia, yeast infections, candidiasis, parasitic infections, trichomoniasis, herpes virus infections, psychological stress, irritation due to the use of powder or detergent, using pubic washing soap. The pain you experience during intercourse can be related to the vaginal discharge you experience. But it can also be caused by: lack of foreplay during intercourse, psychological stress, use of certain tools during intercourse, and use of certain drugs.
Of all the complaints you have submitted, my suggestion is that you should consult further with a Gynecologist.
dr. Kresnawati Wahyu Setiono