Stomach Cramps After A Fall During Young Pregnancy?
Hello Nisa, thanks for asking.
The human uterus is located in the pelvic cavity, protected from the outside world by the pelvis and abdominal muscles. At the time of fall or collision, not necessarily the uterus and the fetus will suffer injury. Depending on the severity of the injury, a person may experience muscle bruising and pain alone, or may experience more severe symptoms such as vaginal bleeding.
We do not know how much injury you have suffered. However, if you do not fall too hard, then maybe there is no problem in the fetus. Cramps in the muscles are indeed possible after the injury, because at the time of the injury there is sudden muscle movement. Generally, if there is no bleeding, there is no possibility of danger.
However, you should still consult an obstetrician. The doctor will do an ultrasound to assess how the current condition of the fetus. If there are no problems, the doctor will generally advise you to rest. You can also apply warm compresses to the painful area of the muscle, to help relieve symptoms.
Thus the information that I can share. May be useful. Regards.