Not Yet Pregnant And Having A Uterine Uterus?
I am a woman of 25 years single, I routinely sorted 3 months for the aches and aches so as to keep on growing as well as the stomach, because it always hurts and when the uterus goes down, I need to increase the amount of time when the pain decreases so that it keeps on increasing, if there is any effect, when the uterus goes down This is because of work routines and I have traumatized leg injuries that have caused different limbs to the right and left to pull and hold, what is that right? Then it has a negative effect if I get married and become pregnant? Please explain, thank you
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A uterine uterus or descending uterine prolapse or uterine prolapse is a condition in which part or all of the uterine segment descends into the vagina. This condition is often accompanied by uncomfortable complaints in the vaginal area, a lump, or pain, and may be accompanied by spots on the vaginal area. The cause of uterine prolapse is due to weakness of the lower uterine segment, so it cannot sustain the position of the uterus properly.
Risk factors for uterine prolapse can be triggered by:
1. old age
3. long cough
4. recurring constipation
However, to ensure a uterine prolapse a direct examination by an obstetrician is necessary.
In connection with your question, if your masseur states that a condition of the uterus has dropped, it is necessary to carry out a medical diagnosis. This is because the information conveyed from the point of view of your masseur and medical point of view needs to be compared and needs to be supported by examination data. Thus, before you do a direct examination to the obstetrician, it cannot be ascertained whether the condition that you feel is a condition of the uterus, especially if it is not accompanied by complaints that support the descent of the uterus. Even if routine work is suspected to be the cause, then this is not necessarily true in full, it is necessary to have a direct medical evaluation with your obstetrician.
And even if it is true that the condition of the uterus drops, then this shows that the lower segment of your uterus is weak, and if you are pregnant, then this condition can also be a particular risk for your pregnancy. Therefore, to prevent complications during pregnancy, early treatment is needed to strengthen the lower uterine segment. Thus, the risk to your pregnancy decreases.
Concerning the difference in leg length, it is possible to cause muscle pull in one of your legs. This is due to the balance of strength and balance of motion between the two legs is different, thus causing the pull and tension of your feet. This condition you can control by using shoes with different heights, so these shoes can help reduce the difference in the length of your feet, and help reduce the tension in your feet. You can discuss with a medical rehabilitation doctor to adjust your activity to the difference in your foot length. In addition, do stretch leg muscles after walking and after the move.
Thus the info we can convey.