The Body Feels Weak, Stomach Cramps Up To The Waist, Often BAK, Late Menstruation And Spots Come Out?
Hello doctor, I want to ask, lately the body feels very weak and wants to sleep, the stomach cramps and spreads to the waist too, frequent urination. Last menstruation 17-22 August and until now I have not menstruated on September 27th, there were spots but only a few brown spots. Is that a sign of pregnancy? When should I see a doctor?
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Feeling tired, always wanting to sleep, stomach cramps to the waist, frequent urination, and late menstruation can indeed be signs of pregnancy. All these complaints arise related to hormonal fluctuations as well as suppression of the organs around the uterus. The spots that appeared earlier may arise due to the implantation process, namely the implantation of a fertilized fetus into the uterine wall, which causes minimal tearing of the blood vessels. Not only that, pregnancy can also cause your breasts to become more sensitive (pain and swelling), experience nausea, vomiting, dizziness, difficulty defecating, unstable mood, sleep disturbances, and various other complaints.
Besides being pregnant, you can also experience a variety of complaints that you experience due to other factors, for example:
Urinary tract infections Other viral or bacterial infections Pelvic inflammation Ovarian cysts Myoma Constipation Intra-abdominal tumors Anemia Psychosomatic disorders, etc. Distinguishing which is a sign of pregnancy and which does not require direct examination from a doctor. However, you can do an initial check, using a test pack that you can get at a pharmacy or health store. Do this testpack in the right way according to the instructions for use so that the results you get are more accurate. If the result is negative, but your menstrual period still doesn't come, you can do another testpack 3 to 7 days later. However, if the results are positive, you should check with an obstetrician directly so that it can be confirmed by an ultrasound examination.
In order for complaints to improve, you can take the following steps:
Increase the frequency of your exercise Compress the cramped stomach and waist. Drink more, limit caffeine. Eat more regularly, reduce food that irritates digestion, for example spicy, fatty, gaseous food. Calm your mind, don't stress. Keep your intimate organs clean. help yes ..