Lower Abdominal Pain Every Intimate Relationship After A Miscarriage?
Morning of the doctor. I had a miscarriage on December 27, 2018 yesterday … Then after a week I had no blood anymore, then the following week I returned to the ultrasound control and was only given the BLADSTOP drug by the doctor who took it for 5 days. 1-2 days after the consumption of the drug comes out again when there are 3 spots and no blood comes out .. And in the fourth week I bled and after intercourse there was a stomach ache and control again to the hospital for an ultrasound he said it was menstrual blood and God willing his womb was clean … But after my period finished – + 7 days I get in touch and every time I have a stomach feels cramp like menstrual pain like wrapped around the lower abdomen .. That’s why? As the doctor said, my uterine control is clean ??? Sometimes the pain lasts all day, and very disturbing .. Please explain thank you ..
Hello Aria, Thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Do you experience a similar stomach ache if you are not related or if you only have abdominal pain when you have intercourse? Do you experience other complaints such as abnormal vaginal discharge or fever? Pain that is felt during intercourse is known as dyspareunia. Dyspareunia can also be felt before or after intercourse. Dyspareunia can be caused by a number of the following conditions:
lack of lubrication during intercourse which can be caused by lack of foreplay or lack of estrogen in the body for example after menopause or due to the use of birth control pills
pelvic injury or enlargement of the vein after delivery
inflammation of the vagina
inflammation of the cervix
psychological factors such as dementia, anxiety, fear, high stress levels
You can try the following recommendations:
You can try prolonging foreplay or if necessary use additional lubricants
creating a supportive bedroom atmosphere
communicate with your husband about a more comfortable position for you
manage psychological stress well including if you have a problem with your husband
Feel free to check with your obstetrician and gynecologist if this complaint is very disturbing even if you have done the above method or if the complaint is accompanied by abnormal vaginal discharge or fever. The doctor will ask you for your complaint more fully and then examine you such as urine examination, vaginal discharge, and ultrasound. If a health condition is found that causes this complaint, the doctor will determine the next assessment for you. However, if it is more due to a psychological condition then the doctor will refer you to a specialist doctor / psychiatrist or psychologist.
Hopefully this information is useful.