Left Abdominal Pain, Nausea And No Appetite During Early Menstruation?
Hello, I’m 21 years old. I have 1-2 days in my menstruation, I am very sick in my left abdomen, nausea, no appetite, but my period is always regular once a month 7 days and rarely go back or far away from my previous period. The blood that comes out is also normal 1 to 3 days, many have previously been treated by a doctor but my doctor said I got a UTI drug that I spent until I bought it again at the pharmacy but why every period is still sick huh?
Thank you for the question.
Pain in the left abdomen, nausea, and no appetite that occurs every early days of menstruation can naturally occur due to hormonal fluctuations in the body. This condition can often be treated with a number of natural treatments, such as:
Compress warm stomach area that feels pain and nausea Eating small but frequent portions (3-5 hours) Don't overeat eating acidic, gassed, and spicy foods Don't lie down right after eating Don't get used to eating snacks carelessly Drink warm water Rest and exercise regularly every day UTI (urinary tract infection) can also cause your complaints. However, if indeed this UTI has been treated, then your symptoms should also improve. UTIs can occur repeatedly, especially if you do not maintain the cleanliness of your sex organs properly, if you often have risky sex, or also if your immune system is not good.
In addition to UTIs and reasonable hormone fluctuations, your complaints can also arise due to other causes, for example endometriosis, adenomyosis, pelvic inflammation, myoma, cysts, gastroenteritis, cystitis, bladder stones, food malabsorption, intestinal inflammation, dyspepsia, psychological disorders, etc.
To be clear, you can check yourself back to the doctor or obstetrician. Could be, later the doctor will also direct you to undergo an ultrasound examination, urine test, or other supporting tests as a provision in determining the best management.
Hope this helps ...