Lower Abdominal Pain To The Leg Cramps?
In the morning, I am a 27 years old man. R nMy bladder pain often comes with cramps in my legs and the lower abdomen of the right side of the navel also hurts. I guess what I suffered. Thank you in advance.
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Need to clarify beforehand, exactly which part of your body do you call the bladder? Is it in the lower abdomen? How do you know if the pain is coming from the bladder? Have you ever seen a doctor?
The bladder is located in the pelvic cavity in the lower abdomen close to the genitals. However, you also need to know that in this area there are also various other organs, not only the bladder, but also the small intestine, large intestine, rectum, prostate, urethra, muscles, skin and other tissues that support it. So, pain that is felt in the area around the bladder does not always occur due to abnormalities in the bladder.
Pain in the lower abdomen to the abdomen of the right navel area as you experience may be caused by the following conditions:
Myalgia (muscle pain) Appendicitis (appendicitis) Bladder stones Cyctitis (bladder infection) Inflammation of the bowel Irritable bowel syndrome Hernia (sticking of the intestines out of the weakened abdominal wall) Varicocele (swelling of the scrotal veins) Hydrocele (fluid buildup in the testicles) Orchitis (inflammation of the testicles) Prostatitis (inflammation of the prostate) Stone or kidney infection Psychosomatic disorders, etc. Have you had any other complaints besides pain in the areas as you mentioned above? Do you also have fever, vomiting, bowel problems, etc.?
It is better if you have the pain checked directly to the doctor. By evaluating more deeply the characteristics of the pain that arises and the other complaints that accompany it, doctors can generally find out the best treatment that needs to be done. If the complaint does not improve with conservative treatment, the doctor can also perform other supporting tests, such as ultrasound, X-rays, blood tests, urine tests, or various other tests.
As an initial treatment, you can do:
Compress warm water on the sore side of the body, do not massage Use comfortable clothes, not too narrow Limit excessive activities that cause the abdominal muscles to contract excessively, including bending too much, lifting heavy weights, going up and down stairs, etc. Don't stress too much exercise every 1 to 2 days, for example swimming, yoga, lifting weights Eat more regularly, reduce food that is irritating, for example spicy, high fat foods, and unhygienic processed foods. Stay away from alcohol Do not hold back the urge to urinate Hope it helps. .
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah