Pain Around The Thighs, Buttocks And Vagina On The Left?
mlm, I want to ask. r nsy 23 years old, not married, lately sometimes when again bowing and sitting like pain in the left buttocks and vagina. r nto urinate smoothly and there is no vaginal discharge r r r My mentation has always been irregular, for example in 1 month for 7 days, then in 2 months, only the spots appeared only for 2 days, and so on like that, the cycle. r nI guess I wonder why? r n please ask for an explanation, thank you
The area between the vagina and anus is called the perineum. This area is rich in blood vessels, nerve fibers, and there are several organs. Pain in the perineum can be caused by various things, including:
Abscess, is an infection of the skin and underlying tissue that is characterized by pus formation. The surrounding skin is usually reddish, felt warm and painful, fevered, at one time the pus can come out of the abscess and will look like a yellowish white / brown stain or even blood on the pants in the urinary tract infection. Frequent urination, any feeling of excitement / incomplete after urinating, burning sensation in the genitals during urinating, discoloration of urine sistitits. Chronic pain in the lower abdomen, pain when holding urine, when you want to urinate only a little urine comes out, pain during sex Trauma. Trauma to the perineum can be caused by collisions (motorcycles, bicycle seats, horse riding, etc.), falls, wall climbing movements, sexual relations, and so on. Besides pain can also be accompanied by the appearance of bruising or in severe cases there is a tear in the perineum. Pelvic wall dysfunction. caused because the muscles do not relax and contract correctly. In addition to chronic pain in the perineal area can also be accompanied by defecation (constipation), urinary disorders, pain during sexual intercourse Pudendal nerve disorders, nerve pressure usually occurs by the surrounding tissue, which gives pain to the perineum that suddenly become heavy, especially when sitting . Can be accompanied by numbness or sensation of foreign bodies around the perineum. To find out the cause of pain in the perineum that you experience, you need a direct examination by a doctor. You can consult further with an obstetrician for problems in the area as well as consult about menstrual disorders that you experience.
If it is necessary you can take pain relievers. Take a shower or soak in warm water that affects the area. Avoid using underpants that are too tight. Avoid activities that are too heavy that involve the muscles of the part.