Pain In The Uterus Such As Menstruation After Birth Control?
I want to ask, why in the past few weeks my stomach has been hurting as if my menstrual pain is reaching the uterus, this is how it hurts sometimes, sometimes it comes in a few weeks, does this have an effect on my IUD birth control? ago
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The IUD or intra uterine divice or birth control in the womb is implanted to help the planned family planning program. The use of this IUD can cause some accompanying complaints that can be experienced by patients, such as abdominal pain, the husband feels the penis is pricked by an IUD thread, or complaints of bleeding or blood spots, but this often occurs at the beginning of an IUD insertion.
While abdominal pain such as menstrual cramps are excessive contractions of the uterus or other organs in the abdominal cavity or pain in the abdominal wall which causes complaints of discomfort in the lower abdomen or other abdominal parts.
In the abdomen, especially the lower side of the stomach, complaints of pain can be caused by organs and tissues that are in the area, such as:
1. urinary tract infections
2. digestive infections
3. dead end
4. menstrual cramps or dysmenorrhea
5. urinary stones
6. the existence of negligence in the uterus of female organs, such as ovarian cysts, brown cysts, or infection of the vagina
To ascertain the cause of complaints experienced by patients, it is necessary to check directly by a gynecologist or internist to determine this. Doctors can plan physical examinations and investigations needed, such as blood tests, ultrasound, or urine examination. Treatment will be given according to the examination results obtained, such as administering anti-pain medication, to surgery if found abnormalities at risk, such as the presence of a tumor in the patient's reproductive system.
In accordance with the question you are asking, then complaints of abdominal pain such as menstrual cramps may be caused by excessive contractions of the uterus, either due to infection or due to complaints of pain before menstruation (especially when menstruation is near). To reduce this pain complaint, you can try to relax, avoid sleeping late, and provide a warm compress on your stomach area. However, however, all this needs to be ascertained directly with the examination of an obstetrician or internist to determine the main cause of this complaint. With the diagnostic steps as mentioned above, then the cause of this complaint can be ascertained, then the handling can be given according to the examination results obtained.
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