Pain In The Buttocks, Pelvis And Lower Abdomen In A 32 Year Old Woman?
Hello now I am 32 years old. Now I have stopped injecting the KB for 3 months since I always don’t have menstruation, then I stop. Duration of pregnancy after childbirth 2 for 2 years. So now I often experience pain in the buttocks and the area around the uterus. Like people who want to menstruate. Well, this month I was menstruating but only a few drains and the pain has not subsided now, I have been a midwife. So what’s a sign?
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Pain in the buttocks, pelvis, and lower abdomen (the area around the uterus) can occur due to many factors, including:
Post injury Inflammation of the pelvis (inflammation of the uterus, fallopian tubes, ovaries) Myomas (benign uterine muscle tumors) Ovarian cysts (fluid-filled sac in the ovaries) Endometriosis (abnormal growth of endometrial tissue outside the uterus) Fissure ani (tear of the anal wall or rectum) Hemorrhoids (swelling of the anal or rectal veins) Constipation (constipation) Urinary tract infections Kidney stones Bladder stones Clamped nerves Fibromyalgia Psychosomatic disorders, etc. Your menstrual flow is not small and irregular, it may be due to the hormonal influence of birth control that you have used before. Indeed, most injectable FP users will experience irregular menstrual cycles, even when their use of FP is stopped.
Our advice is that you check your complaints directly with the experts, namely doctors. If based on the results of interviews and physical evaluations conducted by the doctor, the doctor suspects that your complaint occurs due to disorders of the reproductive organs, the doctor will refer you to an obstetrician. However, if it is suspected that the complaint occurred due to other causes, then of course the handling will be different. If necessary, the doctor will direct you to undergo further examinations, such as X-rays, ultrasound, and so on.
In the meantime, you can first try to resolve your complaint with the following steps:
Compress the area of the body that is sore with warm water, don't massage it. Take paracetamol to relieve pain. Get plenty of rest. Drink more warm water. Eat more regularly. Don't get used to holding back bowel movements or small. Exercise more diligently every 1 to 2 days. Limit lifting heavy loads or bending over. too long Live a healthy lifestyle Hope it helps ya ..