Not Getting Pregnant After Marriage And Gaining Weight?
Good afternoon, I am ila my age is 25 years old husband 37 years old I just got married in March 2018 yesterday it was 5 months, I want to ask if it is normal for a woman after marriage to continue to gain weight from 53 kg now to 60 kg even though since a girl has not been that heavy. not comfortable because of weight, but I’m not pregnant too I want to get pregnant and I often feel pain in the upper vagina when holding urine but not every holding urine hurts, now it doesn’t hurt but the left side hurts 3 days that’s why, thank you
Weight gain can be influenced by many factors such as calorie intake more than the body needs, lack of exercise, lack of physical activity, stress, lack of sleep, taking certain drugs, the yoyo effect when doing an unhealthy fast diet, experiencing medical conditions certain, for example, polycystic ovary syndrome, Cushing syndrome, and hypothyroidism.
To help maintain your weight, you should start to improve your diet, reduce calorie intake, eat healthy and nutritious foods, choose foods that are cooked by steaming or boiling, exercising 3-4x / week, managing stress well, getting enough rest, and avoiding staying up late. .
If you look at the age of marriage, which is only 5 months old, you actually don't need to worry first if you are not pregnant. Keep thinking positively, don't need to listen to negative words from others, and also keep trying. Here are some tips to speed up pregnancy that you can do:
Maintain a healthy lifestyle and try to have a more ideal weight as above Do intercourse 3-4x / week and especially during the fertile period Consume folic acid Consumption of good food during the pregnancy program Avoid raw, undercooked, cigarette smoke and alcohol. 1 year of regular intercourse without contraception, but you are not pregnant yet, you and your husband should consult further with your obstetrician so that tests can be done to confirm the cause of not getting pregnant, for example fertility tests for both husband and wife. Then the doctor can provide the most appropriate pregnancy program for your condition and your husband.
Associated with pain above the vagina or in the lower abdomen especially when holding urine, this condition can be caused by urinary tract infections or disorders of the bladder that is too full. Keep in mind that holding back urine is a bad habit and increases the risk of urinary tract infections.
The left back pain you feel can be caused by urinary tract infections, urinary tract stones, kidney problems, pelvic inflammation, ovarian cysts, endometriosis, fibroids, pregnancy, previous injury history, problems with the bones and spinal cord, and muscle pain.
To ascertain the cause of the low back pain that you feel during those 3 days, I suggest that you see your doctor directly so that further tests can be done if necessary with urine tests, blood tests, X-rays, and ultrasound. If the cause is confirmed, the doctor can provide the right treatment for you. Treatment will be adjusted to the cause of low back pain that is felt.
Meanwhile you can do the following tips:
Drink lots of water Don't hold your pee Do relaxation Apply pain relieving cream if necessary Improve body position while sleeping, sitting, standing, or lifting objects Hope this helps, ok?