Signs Of An Ovarian Cyst.?
Hello, I feel pain in the lower right and left abdomen, during menstruation also my lower right abdomen aches … And my hip also aches from the beginning of menstruation until the end of menstruation, … Abdominal pain in the left and right below me feel before I menstruate, Is it swelling of the egg (ovary), or ovarian cyst …. ???? And the danger of the disease … ??? Please explain, right.
Hello, thanks for the question.
Left and right lower abdominal pain can be caused by several organs in the stomach, can be from the digestive system (intestine, stomach, etc.), urinary tract, reproductive organs, and so forth. Some diseases of the digestive organs that can cause stomach pain between
others, intestinal infections / gastroenteritis, appendicitis, food poisoning, etc. Urinary tract disorders such as urinary tract infections, urinary tract stones, etc. Disturbances in the reproductive organs, for example nysinore or before menstruation, ovarian cysts, myoma, endometriosis, etc. Disorders of the digestive system can cause interference with the pattern of bowel movements, bowel movements will become more frequent, 3 times or more a day with liquid consistency or can also causes reduced frequency of bowel movements or constipation, black stools such as asphalt usually indicate bleeding in the upper digestive tract, the color becomes black due to blood mixed with stomach acid. Urinary tract disorders, usually characterized by low back pain or lower middle abdominal pain, urinating, dripping, urinating become more frequent, fever, etc. If complaints are caused by infection will usually cause complaints in the form of fever. Reproductive organ disorders can be characterized by short or extended menstrual cycles, abnormal menstrual periods, severe abdominal pain during menstruation, etc. Menstruation or menstruation is the process of uterine lining decay because the egg is not fertilized by sperm. The average length of menstruation in women is 3-7 days, but some also last up to 10 days, varying each individual, with menstrual cycles of 21-35 days. Menstrual cycles are counted from the first day of the last menstrual period up to the first day of the next menstruation. The normal amount of blood that comes out during menstruation is <80ml or replace the pads 2-6 times per day. Ovarian cysts are fluid-filled sacs found in the ovaries or ovaries that function to produce eggs every month. Diseases of the ovaries can cause disruption in egg removal so that sometimes disrupt the menstrual cycle. Symptoms of ovarian cysts that need to be aware of include more bleeding than usual during menstruation, irregular menstrual cycles, difficulty in pregnancy, difficulty in the pelvic bones, pain during sexual intercourse, and difficulty urinating or urinating, especially if the size of the cyst is more than 5 cm. Several factors can increase the risk of ovarian cysts, including:
Fertile age History of PCOS endometriosis To determine the cause, you should consult a doctor, the doctor will ask for complaints, physical examinations, and some supporting examinations if needed, such as blood tests, feces, urine, ultrasound, and others. Handling will be done according to the underlying cause so that it will be more appropriate. We recommend that you meet your fluid needs, eat healthy and nutritious foods regularly, avoid spicy, oily, or acidic foods, keep food and food clean, wash your hands before preparing or handling food, and don't forget to get enough rest. Compress the abdominal pain with warm water. If the complaint does not improve or gets worse or menstrual bleeding still occurs more than 2 weeks you should not delay to consult a doctor.
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