Pain In The Lower Left Abdomen To The Back?
Excuse me, good morning … I want to ask, why does my lower abdomen feel painful and my left abdomen feels painful too … Like it twists and sometimes my back aches … What causes it like that ?? Thanks, please input and answer.
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Complaints of pain in the lower abdomen and the left can be caused by abnormalities in the intraabdominal space organs, it can also occur with the presence of abdominal muscle spasms after trauma / impact / accident that occurs. In addition, women need special attention because there are also reproductive organs in the area. There are several possible causes of complaints of pain in the lower abdomen, including:
Pain due to muscle spasms during menstruation. Ovulation. Pregnancy outside the womb or ectopic pregnancy. Pelvic inflammatory disease. Disorders of the cervix (infection, inflammation, cancer). Inflammation of the fallopian tubes. Abnormalities in the composition of the urinary tract such as urinary tract infections and urinary tract stones that cause pain in the lower abdomen. Infection in the digestive tract due to viruses or bacteria. Can be accompanied by symptoms of abdominal muscle spasm and sensations such as twisting. The presence of pain that accompanies the back area can also be accompanied by abnormalities in the structure around the backbone, such as the use of excessive muscle in the backbone area causing a sense of pain, abnormalities in the curvature and related backbone structure, abnormalities in the structure of nerve fibers in the back region , but can also indicate abnormalities in the urinary system, namely the kidney, but abnormalities in the kidney can be supported by abnormalities in urination such as urine coming out red / brown, sandy urine / the presence of flakes such as stones from the urinary tract, the urge to urinate continuously continuous but little urine volume, pain in urinating, and other symptoms such as fever.
To find the cause better, it is advisable to control your doctor, do the examination and management in accordance with your condition. Supporting checks can be done such as blood tests, urine tests, or X-rays and referral to a specialist doctor in accordance with an indication of the condition you are experiencing. Avoid taking medication alone without consulting and doctor's instructions, avoid activities that are too heavy or lifting heavy objects.
Hopefully this information helps you,