Sudden Pain In The Lower Abdomen And A Lump On The Vaginal Lips?
Morning r nWhy do I often get sudden pain in my left uterus and on the lips of my vagina there is a small lump when I touch it, it doesn’t hurt?
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The uterus in medical language is called the uterus, which anatomically lies the uterus in the lower abdomen. Lower abdominal pain is also often referred to as pelvic pain, usually the symptoms can be pain such as stabbing, abdominal cramps, or it can be mild pain. Pain in the lower abdomen or pelvis in women usually includes the female sex organs, namely the vagina, cervix, ovaries or ovaries, and the uterus or uterus. If you mean pain in the lower abdomen, there are several things that can cause pain in the lower abdomen including:
Dysmenorrhoea: pain during menstruation Endometriosis: a disease in which the lining of the uterus (endometrium) grows outside the uterine cavity. Pelvic Inflammatory Disease: inflammation that can occur in the female reproductive system which includes the cervix (neck), ovaries (ovaries), fallopian tubes (fallopian tubes), uterus (womb). Usually, pelvic inflammatory disease occurs in women who are sexually active. Bladder infection: infection of the bladder, which is the bag that holds urine before the urine is excreted through the outermost urinary tract, usually accompanied by symptoms of urinary pain or urination. Ectopic Pregnancy: Ectopic pregnancy is a pregnancy outside the uterus, often causing pelvic pain, can even cause severe bleeding accompanied by a positive pregnancy test. Lumps on the lips of the vagina can be caused by several diseases, including:
Bartolin cyst: A cyst is a fluid-filled mass. In the vagina, kelanjar bartolin has a function as a lubricant for the vaginal wall, and if a blockage occurs it can cause cysts. In general, bartolin cysts are small, and usually do not cause symptoms, are not painful, do not feel hard. However, if the cyst is infected, it can cause complaints of pain, redness, or to drain pus. Folliculitis: inflammation that occurs in hair follicle cells, including pubic hair, usually in addition to swelling resembling a lump is also accompanied by pain. Infection: Infection can cause symptoms of a lump in the vagina, for example herpes, the herpes simplex virus infection can cause vaginal lumps that are usually more than one and filled with water, and will generally be painful. In addition, HPV infection (Human papilloma virus) usually manifests as warts or what are called genital warts. Both infections are usually transmitted through sexual contact, or are called sexually transmitted diseases. To find out lower abdominal pain or pain in your pelvis, you need more information, namely about the characteristics or pain you are experiencing, whether there is a sense of radiating pain, whether the pain is related to menstruation, whether there are complaints during urination. And also it takes several supporting examinations, for example laboratory tests, urine tests, and ultrasound. Likewise with the lump on the vaginal lips, to determine the cause of the lump, it is necessary to do a direct examination of the vaginal lips. So that it can be diagnosed appropriately and received appropriate treatment. Therefore you should be able to consult a gynecologist.
However, if your abdominal pain is very painful, it will be very painful to the touch, accompanied by nausea, vomiting, swelling in the stomach, the pain spreads to all parts of the stomach, you should immediately ask for help to take you to the nearest emergency room.