Lower Abdominal Pain After Childbirth And A History Of TB?
I am a 23-year-old woman, I just gave birth about 4 months ago, before marriage I had a history of having intestinal tuberculosis, after 9 months of pregnancy treatment the doctor stated that she was cured but there was still fluid in the stomach. And the stomach still hurt r nAfter now giving birth to my stomach sick again, because of eating a lot of spicy and savory food r nIs this the effect of the uterus after childbirth or tuberculosis itself relapsing? r nEvery sitting or squeezing stomach hurts like menstruation and stabs r nI gave birth to a vacuum with a baby yet into the pelvis because it is narrow and the uterus is below, I should go to a gynecologist or an internist. Thank you
Hi Yulia Citra .. Thank you for the question given.
Pain in the lower abdomen can occur due to disorders of the digestive tract, reproductive organs, or urinary system. Pain in the belly of tamarind is caused by:
Urinary tract infection - characterized by lower abdominal pain, accompanied by pain when the BAK, feels incomplete, and may be accompanied by fever usual without complaints of annoying pain. Meanwhile, intestinal TB is characterized by abdominal pain, a hard stomach, difficulty defecating, weight loss.
If you feel that your abdominal pain is not getting better, and you are accompanied by a bowel movement or bowel movements, you have a fever, and you find it very disturbing, you can go to a specialist in internal medicine. So that doctors can carry out direct examinations and can be suggested further examinations such as blood checks, urine checks, abdominal ultrasound to support the diagnosis.
Meanwhile, what you can do:
Avoid activities that are too strenuous. Adequate daily water needs. Eat a well-balanced diet. Avoid holding bowel movements or stools. To reduce pain, you can compress the stomach with a warm towel. Hopefully useful