No Menstruation For 6 Months, Often Feels Something Moving In The Stomach And Heartburn Hurts?
I want to ask, I haven’t menstruated for more than 6 months, is that me pregnant? But the upper abdomen of the pit of the stomach often hurts and it makes my stomach hard and often almost every day my stomach feels like something is moving
Thank you for the question.
No menstruation can indeed occur due to pregnancy. However, besides that, menstruation can also occur due to other factors, such as hormonal disorders, obesity, changes in body weight too fast, excessive exercise, extreme diet, stress, physical fatigue, the influence of certain drugs or contraception, polycystic ovary syndrome, pre menopause, thyroid gland disorders, pituitary gland disorders, or other chronic diseases. Your stomach that feels painful, hard, and like something moving can be related to pregnancy, various conditions above, or also the influence of other conditions, such as intestinal peristalsis, peritonitis, digestive infections, psychosomatic disorders, and so on.
If it is true that the complaint has been going on for months, you should not just let it go. Go directly to your doctor or obstetrician to be given the correct treatment or other treatment (for example surgery in some cases). Investigations, such as ultrasound, hormone tests, blood tests, etc. can also be done by a doctor before deciding on the right treatment to do.
Naturally, to help alleviate your complaint, you can:
Warm compresses on the abdomen that are painful, hard, and do not move around unnaturally
Wear comfortable clothes, not too tight
Do not massage carelessly abdominal pain and hard
Regularly exercise at least 30 minutes every day
Maintain ideal body weight
No stress, anxiety, or excessive fear
Drink more water, don't overeat eating instant food and are preserved
Eat vegetables, fruit, and whole grains more diligently
Not carelessly taking drugs, mushrooms, supplements, or using birth control without first consulting a doctor
Hope this helps ...