Lump Below The Left Navel Accompanied By Pain During Menstruation?
Hello, I want to ask at the bottom of the navel on the left there is a lump, but I don’t know what it is, if the menstrual pain is overwhelming, and once menstruation until fainting sometimes vomiting. What does that bump include?
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Complaints of the lumps that you experience, still need to be studied further to determine its relationship with menstrual pain that you feel. When seen as a separate condition, a lump in the stomach can occur due to a hernia condition, or the release of one of the body's organs from its original place, usually because there is an increase in pressure in the stomach due to various things, abnormal growth of fatty tissue, tumors, or one form of infection certain.
As for extraordinary menstrual pain, this condition can occur in those who experience endometriosis or growth of uterine tissue outside the uterus, pelvic inflammation, or various types of tumors. Our advice, you should check your condition with a general practitioner or may go directly to the surgeon, to see firsthand about the lump. With a direct examination, and equipped with a medical history and possibly a supporting examination, the diagnosis can be more precise, and the handling can be better.
While at home, what is important for you to do is not to care for the lump, do not touch and squeeze-squeeze it, and if there is extreme pain during menstruation, consumption of painkillers and anti-inflammatory drugs that are sold freely by reading the rules of use listed, warm stomach compresses You, and immediately consult a doctor. So, hopefully answering your question.