Pain In The Stomach, Back, Or Waist During Pregnancy?
good afternoon, before I was pregnant with my first child, so I still don’t understand about pregnancy I want to ask, my pregnancy has reached 6w but my stomach often hurts to my back sometimes if I sit often I have back pain, when I’m crying or angry my stomach hurts right away I wonder why? but it hurts soon no more, is my baby healthy? I hope you are healthy, this is my prtma child, thank you
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Pregnancy at a young age often causes various complaints that make the mother feel uncomfortable. In fact, complaints that arise are not always a disorder. mostly, the complaints that arise during young pregnancy are normal due to hormonal changes, including pain in the body as you feel. In most cases, this complaint can naturally improve with rest and a healthy lifestyle. Usually, with increasing gestational age, these complaints will slowly get better, so that you can return to normal activities as usual.
Pain in your stomach, back, or waist during pregnancy that you feel, in addition to being due to hormonal changes during pregnancy, can also occur due to other causes, such as deficiency of certain vitamins or minerals, muscle cramps, constipation (constipation), urinary tract infections, nerves pinched, irritable bowel syndrome, bladder stones, other viral or bacterial infections, and so on. It could also be, this pain arises or is exacerbated by psychological stress, for example when you are depressed, angry, panicked or experiencing excessive anxiety. In rare cases, the intensity of pain can be quite severe, especially when accompanied by spots from the birth canal, arising from pregnancy problems, such as miscarriage, pregnancy, or ectopic pregnancy (pregnancy outside the womb).
In the meantime, try to resolve your complaint with the following efforts:
Compress the sore body area with warm water Avoid crying or excessive anger, control your emotions. Do more positive thinking, calm yourself Do relaxation, meditation Get enough rest, but also don't be too quiet Wear comfortable clothes, don't be too tight Drinking lots of 2 to 3 liters of water a day Do not hold back the urge to defecate or urinate Avoid using high heels Eat healthy and nutrient-rich foods Avoid taking drugs carelessly If the above steps the complaint still feels not getting better in 1 to 3 days, or if You experience other complaints, such as fever, severe vomiting, defecation problems, urinary problems, and spots from the birth canal, so check your complaint immediately to a doctor or obstetrician. The doctor will conduct further evaluation, this includes blood tests, urine tests, or ultrasounds if needed.
Hope it helps ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah