Menstruation That Little By Little, Accompanied By Abdominal Pain And Back?
Asmlkm I want to ask this month I took the pill, but I stopped drinking again, maybe I drank 14 hearts more than 1 week I came not on the 27th and bru finished but came months as usual, it’s a little bit now “and it’s finished day this r nAn now my stomach hurts my waist cramps are very painful r nPlease what causes it still
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The correct consumption of birth control pills is done regularly every day at the same time. If you still intend to postpone pregnancy, then the consumption of birth control pills does not need to be stopped while you are menstruating, because this can reduce the working potential of the birth control pill itself, so the potential for pregnancy is very large.
Gradual periods, accompanied by abdominal and low back pain as you experience may be part of a regular period. Often, menstrual blood does not come out a lot, but a little bit because it is influenced by the activities undertaken, psychological conditions, diet, exercise, and various other factors. Your previous history of taking birth control pills can also affect your current menstrual pattern. Meanwhile, the abdominal and back pain that you experience can be caused by contractions of the uterine muscles that are trying to expel menstrual blood. This pain occurs due to the squeezing of blood vessels in the uterus which results in the uterine cells experiencing hypoxia (lack of oxygen).
However, in addition to menstruation, your complaints can also arise due to other factors, for example:
Pregnancy Pregnancy disorders, such as ectopic pregnancy, pregnancy, miscarriage Ovarian cysts (benign fluid-filled sac that grows in the ovaries) Endometriosis (abnormal growth of endometrial tissue outside the uterus) Inflammation of the pelvis (inflammation of the cervix, uterus, fallopian tubes, to ovaries) Myomas (benign uterine muscle tumors) Uterine polyps (benign tumors of the uterine mucosa) Infection or urinary tract stones Fibromyalgia, etc. It is best if the pain that appears is very intense, you do not let it drag on, consult a specialist directly womb so that it is checked what is the cause and how best to handle your complaint. Usually, doctors will perform an ultrasound examination to assess the health of the reproductive organs in more detail.
At this time, you should get plenty of rest first while compressing the sore stomach and waist with a warm compress. Avoid negative thoughts, wear comfortable clothes, eat and drink regularly. Do not forget, do lots of exercise so that stomach and back pain does not become heavy.
Hope it helps ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah