Lower Abdominal Pain To The Buttocks?
I want to ask why suddenly when I wake up I have bladder pain, the pain reaches my buttocks and feels nauseous. Even though I was not in trouble, I didn’t hold back pee before, I drank enough. And this happened before about 3 years ago but in the past, compresses also relieved the pain, now the pain doesn’t go away. I wonder why ?
Hello Ferlianti, Thank you for the question.
Do you mean lower abdominal pain? Do you experience any other symptoms, such as symptoms during BAK, defecation, or menstruation? What is your usual menstrual cycle? Is your period classified as normal? Does this complaint occur in the middle of your menstrual cycle?
Lower abdominal pain can be caused by:
bladder infection bladder stones inflammation of the pelvis ovulation, if this pain occurs in the middle of your menstrual cycle endometriosis pain in the full bladder muscle when you wake up. Before the symptoms worsen, please consult a doctor directly. The doctor needs to ask further about your complaint, examine you, and perform other supporting examinations such as blood tests, urine tests, ultrasound, CT scans, and others to find the cause. After knowing the cause, the doctor will provide further treatment.
You can try applying warm compresses to the affected area, avoiding sudden body movements, and taking pain relievers such as paracetamol if the stomach pain gets worse.
I hope this information is helpful.