The Cause Of Pelvic Pain When You Wake Up From Sitting Accompanied By Vaginal Discharge?
Good afternoon. I want a consul. Almost a week my pelvis is sick. Initially right and left, but now the right. It hurts when I wake up from sitting, even if I sit for a while. I also often get used to leucorrhoea like milk. Sometimes wet, sometimes dry. And feeling weak and appetite is reduced. Thank you
Thank you for the question.
Pain in the left and right pelvic area, if it appears accompanied by abnormal vaginal discharge, weakness, and decreased appetite, may indicate interference with your reproductive organs, for example because:
Pre menstrual syndrome (a collection of physical and psychological symptoms that appear before menstruation, can last until the early days of menstruation)
Subjective signs of pregnancy
Ovarian cysts (growth of fluid-filled sacs in the ovaries due to impaired egg maturation)
Ectopic pregnancy (pregnancy outside the uterus, can be in the fallopian tubes, in the ovaries, even in the pelvic cavity)
Pelvic inflammation (inflammation of the uterus, fallopian tubes, to the ovaries), and so on
It could also, interference with other organ systems also trigger complaints like you experience today, such as urinary tract infections, kidney stones, cystitis, intestinal inflammation, digestive infections, fibromyalgia, nerve nerves, infections of other organ systems, and so on.
This condition, considering that it has lasted more than 3 days, should be checked immediately by a doctor or obstetrician. A physical examination, urine test, ultrasound, or other supporting tests may be done by a doctor in order to be able to detect exactly what is the background of your complaint. In this way, the best treatment can also be given, such as by providing pain medication, anti-fungal, antibiotics, or other treatments.
So that your complaints are not sustainable, in addition to seeing a doctor, you also need to do the following steps:
Warm compresses on your painful pelvic area
Do not carelessly massage a painful pelvis, or consume any medication without consulting a doctor first
Always keep your sex organs clean
Do not engage in risky sexual activities
Get plenty of rest, also balanced with healthy eating
Drink more water
Never resist the urge to urinate
Hope this helps ...