Lower Abdominal Pain That Lasts 4 Days?
I want my lower stomach to hurt when sitting or riding a motorbike when there is a speed bump, but it doesn’t hurt too much, though, it’s been 4 days. and yesterday was rich with brown spots but after that there were no more. r nBecause I stopped kb 1 month ago, and the results were also negative. please answer yes thanks
Hello good morning Linda.
Do you have a fever apart from lower abdominal pain when sitting down? Are there any complaints about urinating? Have you had any previous injuries, such as falling with your pelvis against something?
Lower abdominal pain in women can be caused by several possibilities, including:
UTI (Urinary Tract Infection), the symptoms of this disease are generally lower abdominal pain accompanied by pain during BAK, fever, cloudy BAK, nausea, etc. UTI is more common in women, because the size of the urethra is shorter than men and the urethra in women is close to the anus. Pelvic inflammatory disease. Apart from lower abdominal pain, patients experiencing this disease also experience fever, pain during sexual intercourse, pain during BAK, vaginal discharge which can be yellowish or even greenish in color, etc. Cysts in the reproductive tract (one of which is ovarian cysts), myomas, endometriosis (growth of the tissue that makes up the uterine wall outside of its proper place), etc. Urinary tract stones Irritable bowel syndrome, pelvic fracture, etc.
Meanwhile, the brown spots that you complain about can be related to the complaints of lower abdominal pain that you are experiencing, especially if you experience a disease in the reproductive tract (such as ovarian cysts, myoma, endometriosis, etc.). However, complaints about the discharge of brown spots can also arise due to other conditions, such as just before menstruation, which is still under the influence of hormonal birth control (injection KB) that you did before so that the body is still adjusting to the new hormonal regulations, psychological stress, too heavy activity, etc.
If this complaint persists or even gets worse, then we recommend that you immediately see a doctor for further treatment. The doctor will ask questions about complaints, perform a physical examination, and may suggest additional examinations such as blood lab tests, urine lab tests, ultrasound, X-rays, etc. if needed.
Meanwhile, multiply the consumption of drinking water (8-10 glasses per day), avoid holding BAK, avoid stress, get adequate rest, and maintain the hygiene of your feminine area (change your underwear at least 2 times a day, always dry the female area with dry tissue. or clean dry towel after every BAK and BAB, wash the genitals from front to back every time after BAK and BAB, avoid using special soap for female areas). In addition, do light exercise and avoid sitting too much if it feels annoying.
That's all, hope it helps.
Greetings, dr. Denisa