Pain Around The Back, Waist, To The Legs?
Hello. Why lately often back pain to the waist and legs accompanied by menstruation from last month until now has not come. I wonder why?
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Pain around the back, waist, to the feet can arise due to a variety of reasons, including fibromyalgia, nerve clamps, deficiency of vitamins or mineral neurotropic, diabetes, viral or bacterial infections, hormonal fluctuations (eg before menstruation), rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis, psychosomatic disorders, and so on. Pain that is severe enough can cause increased stress hormone production. Ultimately, this increased production of stress hormones can upset the balance of hormones that regulate menstruation. This condition is the possibility that causes your menstruation did not come until now.
In addition, it is also possible that your period does not come due to other triggers, such as pregnancy, ovarian cysts, thyroid gland abnormalities, birth control side effects, drug side effects, and so on.
If a complaint has arisen long enough (more than 1 week), we suggest, you do not allow it. Check your complaint directly to a doctor or neurologist so that it is evaluated more deeply as to what causes it. As for what handling will be given later can vary depending on the cause. If it is suspected that there is a disruption in the reproductive organs that makes menstruation not smooth, you might also be referred to an obstetrician.
At this time, you can go through the following efforts first:
Compress the painful part of the body with warm water
Not taking drugs carelessly
Get more rest
Eat healthy foods and rich in antioxidants
Don't be stressed, scared, worried, or overly sad
Hope this helps ...