Lower Abdominal Pain Accompanied By Back Pain With A History Of Blighted Ovum?
I want to ask, I am 22 years old, in May I had BO, but it was not curetted, the results of the conception came out by itself when I was active, 1 or 2 weeks after my BO I had a 3 month birth control injection. The first 2 months there were no complaints and my menses were normal, but in the third month I had complaints about menstruation continuously for 1 month, the amount of blood that was released in each heart was different, sometimes a lot or a little, then many more and so on, and accompanied by other complaints, namely I now have lower abdominal pain, my waist also hurts, sometimes when the blood comes out, my stomach cramps and starts to cramp. Please help
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. The condition you are experiencing is a condition of irregular menstruation, with an unusual amount of blood, spacing between periods and duration. This condition can be caused by many things, including:
Side effects of using hormonal contraceptives such as birth control injections or birth control pills Excess or underweight pregnancy Abnormalities in female organs such as cysts, tumors or certain infections Weight rise and fall too drastically Stress or lots of thoughts Fatigue or lack of sleep Thyroid hormone disorders
In your case, what is worrying when the BO or blighted ovum is not curetted or is not checked again by the obstetrician after leaving the uterus is that there is still some remaining tissue left. This remaining tissue can cause bleeding and lead to an infection that can be fatal. However, this condition usually does not wait up to 3 months and the occurrence tends to be close to the BO issuance.
However, before a thorough examination is carried out, anything can happen. Therefore, our advice is that you should check with your obstetrician for a history dig, complete physical examination and support which includes blood tests, ultrasound, and so on. The proper handling of your condition can only be known after doing this examination.
Meanwhile, take care of your health by regularly consuming nutrient-rich foods such as vegetables and fruit, meat, drinking lots of water, exercising regularly, getting adequate rest, avoiding stress and cigarette smoke, and seeing a doctor immediately. So, hopefully it answers your question.