Pain And Aches Felt In The Abdomen To The Left Waist In Pregnant Women?
night, I am pregnant with my second child, now I’m 16 weeks pregnant. why does my left abdomen hurt huh until its left waist. that pain left side of the lower left abdomen until the waist. but your right waist? then why I have not felt the movement of the fetus? just felt under the belly chug and chuckle like gas. mx before
Thank you for the question.
Pain and aches that are felt in the abdomen to the left waist in pregnant women can occur due to normal muscle cramps, or can also arise due to an illness, such as a stone or kidney infection, dyspepsia, digestive infections, hernias, cystitis, infections or bladder stones inflammation of the intestine, nerve nerves, constipation, rheumatoid arthritis, scoliosis, injuries, psychological disorders, and so on.
Normally, fetal movement will only be felt in the first pregnancy if the age of the womb has stepped more than 4-5 months. Fetal movement can be felt earlier in people who have been pregnant and gave birth before. So, if at this time you can not clearly feel the movement of the fetus in your womb, this does not always indicate an abnormality.
It is not enough to ascertain the exact cause of your condition based only on the brief information regarding the details of the complaint as you mentioned. You also need to have yourself checked by a doctor or obstetrician to have a direct physical examination as well as supporting tests, such as ultrasound, urine tests, and so on. In this way, then you can decide the potential dangers of your condition, and what is the best treatment that needs to be done to overcome them.
In the meantime, what needs to be done is:
Warm compresses on the abdominal area to the aching waist, don't massage, massage, or give any medication without doctor's advice
Always wear comfortable clothes, pants and footwear when you are active
Don't like to hold back poop
Drink more water too (2-3 liters per day)
Eat a variety of balanced nutritional foods so that your fetus develops more optimally
Don't overdo heavy lifting
Hope this helps ...