Pain In The Pelvic Area To The Buttocks And Difficulty Passing Gas?
good evening, I want to ask, I just had my period 5 days ago, then now I have symphysis pain radiating to my buttocks, like having difficulty passing gas, I have also experienced this and the time was when I had my period and disappeared by itself, but it felt aching, just want to sit uncomfortable, what do you think this is? thank you
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Previously, more complete information is needed related to symphysis pain complaints or in the pelvic area that you feel. Does the pain felt have moderate intensity or is it very painful? Then is it accompanied by symptoms of difficult bowel movements, diarrhea, abdominal pain, nausea and vomiting. In addition, whether there are other complaints, namely urinary disorders and bleeding that occurs after menstruation.
Pain that you feel can be caused by disorders of the digestive tract such as constipation / constipation, inflammation of the intestine due to infection or non-infection, disorders of the urinary tract such as urinary tract infections or urinary tract stones, or disorders of the reproductive organs including ovulation, pelvic inflammatory disease , endometriosis, cysts, myomas to malignancies or tumors.
If the pain that is felt can go away on its own without any treatment, and no other significant symptoms are found then you don't need to worry. Things to watch out for if the pain occurs continuously, repeatedly, does not improve even though the drug has been given, there is a significant urination or bowel obstruction, until bleeding, this must be further evaluated.
Related to the fertility period, indeed when a woman will enter the fertile period, some of them will experience signs / symptoms that are uncomfortable such as spots and cramps / pain in the lower abdomen that is temporary. Estimates of the arrival of the fertile period can generally be determined through the calendar method of the monthly menstrual cycle, the presence of cervical fluid / mucus that is more than usual, from basal body temperature measurements or with the help of ovulation gauges.
Calculation of the fertile period depends on your monthly menstrual cycle and is influenced by hormonal fluctuations. Because keep in mind that the egg produced during the fertile period by the ovary can only last for approximately 24 hours after being released, while sperm cells can last 3-5 days in the womb. If you want a pregnancy to occur, then getting close to the fertile period will increase these opportunities. The fertile period generally occurs 14 days before the next menstruation occurs or before the luteal phase of the ovarian cycle. But this really depends on the woman's menstrual cycle. If a woman has a regular menstrual cycle for 28 days, then the estimated fertile period occurs on days 13-15. If the menstrual cycle is irregular, then it cannot be a benchmark and there are other calculation methods for estimating one's fertile period. Menstrual cycles are calculated from the first day of menstruation to the first day of menstruation in the following month.
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