Left Abdominal Pain In Women With A History Of Cysts?
Sorry, I want to ask if there is a possibility that the cyst can grow back after having a child whereas in the past I was unable to get pregnant when I was sick I routinely took medication but it was 3 years before marriage I stopped taking medication after that I got married pregnant now have children, but this has been since I’m menstruating I have a pain right before the left side of my stomach is the same as before, r nThank you r n r n
Hello good morning Lily.
Left abdominal pain in women can be caused by various possibilities:
if it occurs in the lower left stomach:
normal abdominal pain due to ovulation (the process of releasing a mature egg)
ovarian cyst (ovaries)
inflammation of the tissue around the uterus (fallopian tubes or ovaries) is also known as adnexitis
endometriosis, which is the growth of tissue that makes up the uterine wall outside where it should be, in certain types it is also called a chocolate cyst.
urinary tract infection or urinary tract stones
injury to the lower left abdominal muscle
inflammatory bowel disease
if it occurs in the upper left stomach:
gastric inflammation / gastritis / ulcer
kidney infection or kidney stones
inflammation of the pancreas
diverticulitis, which is inflammation of the sacs that run along the intestine
injury to the upper left abdominal muscle
Cysts in the reproductive tract, such as ovarian cysts, may come back after giving birth. Ovariyum cysts have symptoms in the form of menstrual cycle changes, pelvic pain during menstruation or before menstruation that spreads to the lower back and thighs, pain during sexual intercourse, etc. What you need to pay attention to is that it is not certain that what you are experiencing right now is a recurring cyst, and if it is true what you are experiencing is a recurring cyst, it is not necessarily a dangerous cyst. Please note that there are cysts that are not dangerous and can disappear on their own, these cysts are called functional cysts, and are related to the menstrual cycle. So don't worry too much just yet ... :)
We recommend that you check with an obstetrician to determine the cause of the complaint you are experiencing. The doctor will ask questions about complaints, medical history, perform a physical examination, and recommend supporting examinations such as ultrasound examinations, urine labs, blood labs, etc. if needed.
While waiting to meet the doctor's schedule, you can do the following tips:
lie down immediately or rest if the pain returns to you until the pain subsides
Apply a warm compress to the painful part of the abdomen to help relieve pain
You can take an over-the-counter pain reliever such as paracetamol for a while to help relieve pain
enough water needs with a minimum consumption of 2.5 liters of water per day
That's all, hope this helps ...
Greetings, dr. Denisa