Lower Abdominal Pain After Delivery With A History Of Sticky Placenta?
3.5 months ago I gave birth normally but the placenta was sticky and the injections did not come out as well as manually by bleeding and blood transfusion … after a few months I was feeling right and lower left pain, before pregnancy I had a 2.5cm cyst after pregnancy was declared missing, my question why I often experience pain in the lower right abdomen and left pain huh gt what is dangerous huh ?? Thank you for answering
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Pain in the lower abdomen (can be left or right) there are many possible causes. This pain may appear related to the history of cysts and childbirth that you have experienced before, but may not.
Cysts, which are benign fluid-filled sacs, are often harmless if they are small (less than 4 cm) in size. These cysts will generally shrink or disappear by themselves after menstruation is over or while pregnant. If it really has disappeared, then the pain you experience should not be caused by a cyst.
Post-copy complications, which are due to the remaining placenta in the uterine wall are usually characterized by bleeding. If the bleeding is massive enough, then treatment needs to be done immediately, including by transfusion. In addition, the remaining placental tissue must also be removed, namely by administering drugs, manual cleaning, or even curettage if necessary. After clearing all the remaining placenta in your uterus, this condition should no longer leave any complaints, either bleeding or pain. Pain can occur if scar tissue forms in the area around your uterus, for example due to cleaning the rest of the placenta that is too deep. This condition will usually appear accompanied by fertility problems. It could also, pain arises if there is still residual placental tissue in the uterus that has an infection. This condition will usually appear accompanied by bleeding and abnormal discharge (odor) from the birth canal. Do you experience these complaints?
As mentioned above, it could also be that your lower abdominal pain actually occurs due to other causes, which are not always related to your cyst and delivery history. Some other possible causes include gastroenteritis (digestive infections), inflammation of the intestine, constipation, urinary tract infections, bladder stones, pelvic inflammation, pre menstrual syndrome, fibromyalgia, nerve nerves, and so on.
If the pain that appears very severe, you try to check yourself directly to the doctor or a specialist in internal medicine in order to get the right treatment. In the meantime, you can first do the following tips:
Warm compresses on painful abdominal areas Reduce exhausting activities Always use loose pants and clothing Don't make it a habit of resisting urination To consume more warm water Reduce consumption of spicy foods Increase your amount of exercise Don't stress excessively Don't take drugs (including pain relievers ) Hope it helps ..