Pain In The Pelvis Until Shivering Chills.?
hello … I want to ask … a few days ago I was in pain in the pelvis until shivering feverish … pain like someone who wants to give birth … then this month sorry I came in 1 month 2x .. at the beginning of the month and at in the middle of the month … yesterday every meal in the solar plexus was always nauseous … if forced it might be able to vomit and my head became dizzy … what are the characteristics of cysts? feel … please answer yes thank you
Maybe what you mean is an ovarian cyst. Ovarian cysts are fluid-filled sacs that grow on the ovaries. Ovarian cysts if large enough can cause several symptoms such as frequent urination, pain during bowel movements, menstrual disorders, flatulence, fatigue, nausea, vomiting, breast pain, nausea, vomiting, easy satiety, pain during intimate intercourse, and pelvic pain.
To confirm the cyst, the obstetrician can perform anamnesis, physical examination, and supporting examinations with ultrasound and blood tests if necessary. Management of the cyst depends on the condition of each patient can be with periodic observation, hormonal drugs, to surgery if the cyst is large, prone to rupture, or there is potential for malignancy.
Your complaint is not necessarily due to cysts. Complaints of pelvic pain can be caused by pelvic inflammation, endometriosis, myomas, urinary tract infections, urinary tract stones, constipation, and neurological disorders. Heartburn can be affected by stomach acid disease, gastritis, peptic ulcers, pancreatitis, inflammation and infection of the bile, and malignancy. While menstruation 2x in a month can be normal (for example in women with a 21 day menstrual cycle), and can also be caused by certain conditions.
Some of the causes of menstruation twice a month include stress, drastic changes in body weight, polycystic ovary syndrome, fibroids, contraceptive effect, hormonal disorders, thyroid disorders, pelvic inflammation, endometriosis, and ovarian cysts.
To ensure the cause requires a direct examination by a doctor. For the time being you can do the following tips:
Get enough rest
Manage stress well
Maintain ideal body weight
Try to keep the body from fatigue
Eat smaller, but more frequent meals
Avoid stimulating foods such as spicy foods, too sour, oily, high fat, caffeine, soda
Drink a lot of water
If complaints recur or get worse, you should consult a doctor first directly so that further tests can be done to ensure your condition and so you can get more optimal treatment, yes.
Hope it helps you,