Lower Abdominal Pain Feels Lumps Accompanied By Vaginal Discharge?
sorry I currently experience lower abdominal pain accompanied by a lot of leucorrhoea and the time when sitting even feels pain in the mis v, as there is a lump in the stomach near mis v .. please explain. thank you
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There are complaints of lower abdominal pain indicate the existence of trade processes or impaired function in the organ systems that make up the lower abdomen, starting from the skin, digestive system, reproductive system, micro system, nerves, bones, or blood vessels.
This inflammation or malfunctioning process causes annoying complaints, so it may be accompanied by complaints of uncomfortable eating, uncomfortable micturition, disrupted sex, vaginal discharge, nausea, fever, or weakness depending on the organ system affected.
Some of the conditions below can cause complaints of lower abdominal pain, such as:
1. vaginal discharge
2. menstrual disorders
3. urinary tract infections
4. digestive infections
6. spinal cord pressure
To ascertain the cause of this complaint, it is necessary to consult directly with a family doctor or related specialist doctor, such as an obstetrician, internal medicine, or urologist. The doctor will conduct an interview, physical examination, or plan a supporting examination to help determine the cause, such as blood tests, urine tests, ultrasound, or radiological examination. The results of the examination will be a reference for the right treatment for patients, both drug administration, or surgery if needed according to the indications.
In connection with your question, a complaint of lower abdominal pain accompanied by vaginal discharge, may be caused by an infection in vegina, causing increased vaginal mucus production and accompanied by changes in shape and color that are different from normal vaginal discharge. The presence of this infection can be accompanied by a thick whitish color, or greenish, itching until sore. This might cause uncomfortable complaints when you sit or do activities. Taking care of the health of the female organs will help prevent vaginal disruption. This unusual vaginal discharge complaint can be caused by hormonal disorders, fungal infections, microorganism infections or due to inflammation or injury to the female area.
Therefore, consult with your obstetrician to ascertain the cause and appropriate treatment as described above. Thus the doctor can find out the cause and provide treatment according to the cause of this vaginal discharge.
For now, you should postpone intercourse until this vaginal discharge complaint improves.
Thus the info we can convey.