Stomach Feels There Is A Lump After Taking Off A Spiral KB At The Age Of 58 Years?
Hello. I want to ask. My mother is 58 years old. Already monopos. Only the last 3 months he just released his spiral KB. Late of the appointed time. said the midwife, your uterus is still good. After being released a few weeks later the mother felt strange in her stomach. There is a lump in it. Mother’s body feels like falling down, like her body is out of balance. But not dizzy he said. As not vertigo my diagnosis. After being examined again and in the ultrasound of the mother’s womb, the result is that the mother’s womb is still healthy. There are no symptoms. A few weeks later, my mother felt the same way. Like a shaking stomach, originally a lower abdomen, but now it felt to the chest he said. They say it doesn’t feel outside (skin), but it feels inside the chest. Starting from the stomach, now up to the legs, and up to the trembling chest. I wonder why? Explanation please.
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There is a possibility that your mother's disorder is not related to the release of the spiral KB, especially if you remember that your mother's uterus has been examined and declared normal. There are several possibilities that can cause your mother to experience these complaints, one of them is gastroesophageal reflux disease. In this disease, stomach acid from the stomach rises to the esophagus, causing heat or discomfort in the chest. Shaking can occur as a response to the body when there is interference or pain in the organs in the body. The possibility of other disorders can not be eliminated before your mother sees a doctor in person. It is better if you take your mother to see a specialist in internal medicine for further examination. Meanwhile, your mother needs to set a healthier lifestyle. Avoid cigarettes, coffee, tea, chocolate, coconut milk and spicy or sour foods. After eating, don't lie down. Wait at least 30-60 minutes. The last dinner should be 3 hours before bedtime. If your mother is overweight, your mother's weight should be lowered slowly.
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