Right Lower Abdominal Cramps?
I initially had lower back pain, like aches, aches and pains, sometimes up to the groin (more painful to the right) at first I went to a general practitioner and was given ontibiotics and vaginal discharge medicine (because there is vaginal discharge like cream, the color is slightly yellow, in small amounts, no gtl and no smell)rnA few days later my vaginal discharge was gone, but the pain in my lower back and groin sometimes still appeared.. then I did a blood test, urine x-ray, abdominal ultrasound, all results were normal, anti-pain medication was given, then the waist splint was massaged I lost it but then bruises appeared on my right thigh..rnThen I got my period, 3 days after my period, lower abdomen (above the vagina, slightly to the right) tb2 feels like it’s been stabbed… the shoots came and went away for 2 days.. then I tested negative for IVA, but the midwife said I had a lot of vaginal discharge inside (while my internal organs were dry, I squatted and the pee didn’t come out at all). to the right) after this period is it normal?r n2. Why does my vaginal discharge not come out but instead is full in the vaginal cavity? (The Kpthnx is clear but there are pth2 lumps like milk, not gtl, doesn’t smell, doesn’t sting)rn3. Is this lower abdominal pain accompanied by bloating and cramps caused by the vaginal discharge that doesn’t come out?rn4. Is that a symptom of ovulation?rnPlease answer… tks
The symptoms you are experiencing can be caused by several things, namely:
Premenstrual syndrome Inflammation in the pelvic cavity Sexually transmitted infections Urinary tract infections Endometriosis If your results are within normal limits, you should not worry. Hormonal disorders often occur and cause things like premenstrual syndrome. Please re-check, if this condition reappears in the next menstrual cycle.
1. Abdominal pain after menstruation can occur due to hormonal disorders, but can also be caused by other causes outside the reproductive organs, for example: urinary tract infections
2. Vaginal discharge is not always abnormal. In people who have just had their period or before their period, or are pregnant, or during ovulation, this profuse vaginal discharge is normal and does not cause other symptoms
3. Lower abdominal pain can be caused by vaginal discharge if the vaginal discharge is abnormal, which can be a symptom of another disease. However, because your vaginal discharge seems normal, odorless, doesn't itch and doesn't sting, it's likely that your abdominal pain isn't from abnormal vaginal discharge.
That's the explanation, hope it helps