Lower Abdominal Pain During Menstruation?
Morning, I have a question. Last month my mother had a menstrual period, before her menstruation (lower part) my mother already felt sick until she could not wake up. Then the doctor took him, the first one said he was getting off of the breed, then he was given medicine but the medicine had no reaction at all. Going for treatment again checked by a different doctor from before. I don’t understand the doctor’s explanation, but the doctor said that he was afraid there was a myoma or cyst or something like that. He was given medicine, he said, if you already have pain, don’t take the medicine again, but if you are still sick you have to use it on an ultrasound. When I took the doctor’s medication, my mother was better off, in fact, she was already cured. Now my mother is menstruating and her stomach (lower part) hurts again. What do you think about that disease? I am afraid my mother is wrong.
Abdominal pain during menstruation can be caused by various causes. What is your mother's age now? Is this the first time this has happened?
Some of the causes that can cause abdominal pain during menstruation include:
endometriosis ovarian cyst uterine myoma ovarian cyst polycystic disease cervical cancer Certain tumors One of the causes that often causes pain during menstruation is endometriosis. endomteriosis is a condition where the lining of the uterus grows in a place where it shouldn't. This lining can grow in the uterine muscle, causing pain during menstruation. The exact cause of endometriosis is not certain.
Therefore, to determine the exact cause of the condition that your mother is experiencing, it is necessary to have a direct examination by a gynecologist. Maybe later additional examinations will be carried out such as an ultrasound examination, ct scan, or a pap smear if necessary. In the meantime, your mother can take the medicine that was previously given by your doctor. Drink enough water, and get enough rest.
here's an article you can read about endometriosis
may be useful. thank you