The Cause Of Late Menstruation Accompanied By Abdominal And Back Pain?
Good night. I am Gabriella, 22 years old. I want to ask, since my high school when menstruation comes, it must be very painful and have to take 1-2 painkiller capsules (usually using mefinal. If not strong using ponstan). And also often late for menstruation. The most severe in college. And the pain is getting worse when starting college, until each coming month must be hot body. Actually the period is still late too often. At the latest 2 months, the body feels pain. Had a visit to the obstetrician said he was just a matter of hormones and the influence of stress (because I now work). And now, I’m late again. Finally I came on the 2nd of November, for 4 days. For this time, my period is late, accompanied by a body that is often feverish, and my back that feels very painful (if it is hunched, to stand aching), also my lower abdomen feels cramp like people want to menstruate, but after being checked there is blood. Sometimes only white fluid such as vaginal discharge. Actually I why? I am worried that in the future I will be confused. thank you
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Menstrual pain or dysmenorrhoea occurs when the uterus contracts, causing blood vessels to be pinched, which then produces prostaglandins as a cause of the emergence of pain. Dysmenorrhoea is common in women in the first few days of menstruation, called primary dysmenorrhoea. In primary dysmenorrhoea, there is nothing to worry about, because this is a normal condition that often occurs, but can be reduced by exercising regularly, eating nutritious and healthy food, sufficient time to rest and sleep and managing stress properly.
Dysmenorrhoea is also associated with several disease conditions that are found in the uterus, such as endometriosis, uterine tumors, uterine inflammation and others. Dysmenorrhoea which is a sign of the disease, is characterized by severe dysmenorrhoea and persists during menstruation or until after menstruation is completed accompanied by menstrual irregularities. This is called secondary dysmenorrhoea.
I suggest you to consult with your obstetrician beforehand, so that the doctor can do further tests. The doctor will give you hormonal treatment if needed.
Thus hopefully useful.