Lower Stomach And Hip Pain During 3 Months Pregnant?
Morning .. I want to ask I am currently 3 months pregnant and I like pain in the lower abdomen and left hip .. and is this safe or not .. thank you ..
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Abdominal pain during pregnancy can be a common thing due to excessive abdominal stretch in supporting the weight of the growing fetus. This pain can also occur due to muscle cramps, which can be triggered by immobility (rarely moving and exercising), doing activities with an ergonomic posture, or deficiency of certain vitamins and minerals. It is also possible that pain occurs due to constipation (constipation) and dyspepsia (increased stomach acid) which often afflicts pregnant women.
Lower abdominal pain to the hips during pregnancy needs to be watched out for if the intensity is very great (to the point that you can't even do light activities), especially accompanied by other complaints, such as bleeding from the birth canal, vomiting, diarrhea, difficulty passing wind and defecating, anyang-anyangan, fever, and so on. Did you experience any of the other complaints as mentioned above?
If so, you should immediately consult a gynecologist. Doctors will generally perform a physical evaluation as well as ultrasound or urine tests to identify any dangerous conditions that require special medical treatment.
Some other possible causes of the pain you are currently experiencing are:
Urinary tract infections Kidney stones Kidney infections Cystitis (bladder infection) Bladder stones Obstructive ileus (intestinal blockage) Ovarian cysts (fluid-filled sacs in the ovaries) Myomas (benign tumors of the uterine muscle) Psychosomatic disorders, etc. If the pain is mild, You can take the following steps to resolve this:
Get plenty of rest Sleep lying down with your legs up, then compress the painful stomach using warm water Avoid holding back the urge to defecate or urinate Choose comfortable, loose clothes and pants Avoid stress Eat regularly and drink enough Drink less weight lifting, walking or standing for too long Don't take any drugs while pregnant. If it doesn't improve with the above efforts, still check directly with your obstetrician, okay..
I hope this helps.
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah