Lower Stomach Pain?
Hello warrahmatullah doctor, hopefully always healthy. I want a consultation. I’m a 22-year-old woman. Before that, I was often nauseous and dizzy, checked with the doctor, said he was having a stomachache, was given medicine to heal briefly, but after that he often recurred. Every time I eat, I often feel bad, my stomach feels full even though I only eat a little. 3 days ago my lower stomach hurt, like anyang2en gt … then I was massaged rather comfortably. Yesterday, my lower abdomen, which was very painful, even to get out of bed, was also difficult for me to check with the nearest doctor, given anti-pain medication and antacids. In the morning I defecated, the stool was rather green and there was a patch of blood from the vagina that came out of mucus like leucorrhoea but it was brown. I wonder why? Continue to follow up what should I do? thank you
Thank you for the question.
Nausea, dizziness, fatigue, pain in the lower abdomen, greenish faeces, and abnormal discharge of mucus from the vagina (ie in the form of brown blood spots) may occur due to the following conditions:
Indigestion, for example due to dyspepsia, inflammation of the intestine, digestive infections, irritable bowel syndrome, colon cancer, food malabsorption
Reproductive disorders, for example due to pregnancy, pre menstrual syndrome, endometriosis, pelvic inflammation
Others, for example urinary tract infections or other organ systems, stress, side effects of drugs, fistulas, and so on
In order for the cause of your complaint to be properly identified, you need to have yourself checked by a doctor or a specialist in internal medicine. Through direct physical examination, or assisted by further tests, such as blood tests, urine tests, stool tests, ultrasound, or other supporting tests, often the right management can be determined. If deemed necessary, your doctor may also refer you to a gynecologist or skin specialist for further treatment.
At this time, there are no specific recommendations from us. However, the following steps might help reduce your complaint:
Eat more regularly, don't be late
Reduce foods that trigger nausea and begah, for example mustard greens, cabbage, sour fruit, chili sauce, sauce, coconut milk, fried foods, soft drinks and caffeinated
Eat a little but often, not too full, nor too close to bedtime
Only eat food that is clean and processed until cooked
Compress the painful lower abdomen with warm water
Always keep the cleanliness of sex organs, including the area around the anus and genitals
Drink more water
Live a healthy lifestyle
Hope this helps ...