Stomach Enlarges Like Being Pregnant With A History Of Myoma?
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. An enlarged abdomen but not pregnant and not also due to weight gain, can occur due to several possibilities, including mass in the stomach, whether in the form of myoma, tumor or cancer, fluid buildup, and gas.
In your case, if you have a history of being diagnosed with myoma, this is most likely the cause. The pain in the lower right abdomen can occur due to myoma, urinary tract infections, kidney stones or appendicitis. Our advice, you should still consult your problem with the obstetrician to be monitored regularly and further through USG, and for treatment will depend on the decision of the obstetrician. If your obstetrician does not provide clear information, or you are still unsure, you can seek a second opinion by checking your condition with other obstetricians. What is clear, whatever your handling recommendations, must be preceded by a physical examination first.
Meanwhile, because myoma can not be treated at home, the point you need to do now is to maintain a healthy lifestyle by eating lots of vegetables and fruit, getting enough rest, avoiding smoking, managing stress, and seeing a doctor immediately. So, hopefully answering your question.