Stomach Aches When Touched, Feels Hard And Enlarged?
, introduce me Diana I am a 46Thn woman, my stomach has been abnormal for 4 days, my stomach when touched feels hard and bigger than before, and also aches when there are shocks (such as riding a vehicle, sleeping position and standing, etc.), and also when sneezing u0026amp; coughing stomach ache, all my body also feels achy, for normal bowel and bladder as usual, Yesterday I saw a doctor there was a scan, he said there was blood clots and vaginal discharge dirahim, is this possibly true? please answer, what are the symptoms of this disease ???
Complaints such as discomfort in the abdomen or even pain in the stomach when experiencing shocks, coughing, sneezing and other symptoms such as the stomach feels hard and large than before, the body feels sore can be influenced by various factors. In addition, what scan has Diana gone through during the visit to the doctor? whether a CT scan or other imaging tests such as abdominal ultrasound, x-rays, etc.
Blood clots in the womb itself is a term that is often used to describe the state of an enlarged tissue in the uterus to the general public. So the situation can refer to medical conditions:
Empty pregnancy or blighted ovum, which is a failed pregnancy process / disability so that only the fetal pouch is formed but there is no fetal contents
Thickening of the uterine wall
Fibroids in the womb
Of all the above medical conditions can cause complaints in the form of discomfort in the stomach and stomach size becomes larger than before. A state of pain may arise when abdominal pressure increases such as coughing, sneezing, straining, or experiencing shock. The diagnosis of the condition above can be found out through the patient's clinical symptoms, physical examination, and supportive investigations such as abdominal ultrasound or CT-scan
Leucorrhoea is actually a natural mechanism for a woman, but if there is a germ infection, vaginal discharge can cause unpleasant odors, itching or pain in the vaginal area, and the symptoms such as fever, chills, or body feels uncomfortable, sore, and easily tired . The condition of vaginal discharge may not be directly related to the consideration of "blood clots", but the presence of vaginal discharge causes symptoms that make patients with "blood clots" even more uncomfortable.
So don't hesitate to ask directly about your health condition when you are seeing a doctor directly, because he certainly is much more aware of Diana's health condition, because he has conducted a series of examinations to be able to understand what is actually Diana's condition.
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