The Cause Of The Bottom Of The Stomach Feels Hot?
Why does my lower abdomen, above the genitals, feel hot but not painful?
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A burning feeling in the lower abdomen near the genitals in women can indicate an infection in the urinary tract or bladder. This condition usually appears in women who have been sexually active. However, it is also possible for women who have never had sex to be triggered by other factors, such as poor hygiene, poor immune system, or certain medical procedures, such as urinary catheter placement, and so on.
In addition to discomfort (including heat) that predominates in the lower abdomen, patients with urinary tract infections often also experience fever, nausea, muscle and joint pain, weakness, decreased appetite, and changes in urine, for example, becoming pungent, cloudy. , or also contains blood.
It could also be that your complaints arise due to other causes, for example:
Herpes zoster (shingles) or other skin infections
Post herpetic neuralgia (pain after healing from Herpes zoster)
Contact dermatitis (skin inflammation due to contact with an allergen or irritant)
Perimenopause (symptoms of decreased estrogen hormone due to approaching menopause)
Internal organ disorders, such as constipation (constipation), obstructive ileus (intestinal obstruction), endometriosis (abnormal growth of endometrial tissue outside the uterus), myoma (benign tumor of the uterine muscle), intra-abdominal tumors, and so on
How great is the heat in limiting your activities? Does the burning sensation appear accompanied by a skin rash or other complaints, such as impaired bowel movements, fever, vomiting, and so on?
If the complaint feels very heavy, you should immediately visit the doctor at the nearest health facility so that further evaluation and treatment can be carried out. In the meantime, here are the tips that we recommend:
Compress the area that feels hot using a cold compress
Wear comfortable, loose-fitting, breathable pants and clothing
Not getting used to holding back
Eat less spicy food
Hope it helps ya..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah