Lower Abdominal Pain Is Accompanied By Frequent Late Menstruation Followed By Prolonged Menstruation?
Hello, what is my pain? R nI was late for menstruation 1 month before that, my stomach hurt the lower part for 3 days and after that my lower abdomen felt like pain and then I menstruated 7 days or more, I became difficult to sleep .. sick This lower abdomen often happens … I wonder why?
Good evening, thanks for the question
Acute pelvic pain is pain in the lower abdomen or pelvis in less than 3 months. Complaints in women are quite difficult to diagnose the origin of the disorder because the symptoms and physical examination found are usually not typical, and symptoms can vary so much that another investigation is needed to help diagnose.
The most common causes of acute pelvic pain in women who are not pregnant include:
- Ovarian cyst: is a fluid-filled sac in the ovary that can cause pain if twisted
- Inflammatory pelvic disease: germ infections in the female reproductive system, can be caused by chlamydia or gonorrhea infections
- Appendicitis: inflammation of the appendix (appendix), complaints of pain located in the right lower abdomen
- Peritonitis: inflammation of the peritoneal tissue, causing complaints of pain that gets worse and requires immediate treatment
- Urinary tract infections: complaints accompanied by pain and burning sensation when BAK is accompanied by an increase in the frequency of BAK
- Intestinal constipation or spasm: can be caused by consumption of certain drugs, diet, or blockage of food flow in the intestine
Some of the less common causes of pelvic pain:
- Pelvic abscess: formation of pus in the pelvic cavity that requires immediate action
- Endometriosis: growth of endometrial tissue outside the uterine wall, for example in the ovary, causing painful menstrual complaints.
The doctor can recommend imaging tests to visualize organs in the pelvic cavity such as X-ray or ultrasound examination.
To find out the cause of the complaint you feel, you need more detailed information about the characteristics of pain, menstrual and sexual history, and physical examination by a doctor. Treatment will certainly be adjusted depending on the underlying cause.
That's all, hope you can help
Wassalam, Dr. Farah