The Cause Of The Swelling Of The Lower Right Abdomen With Pain To The Vagina?
My ass is 34 years old, I have been married for 11 years, I have not had children. This is in the lower part of my stomach (ari2) on my right side, it is swollen, sometimes pain reaches to the chees, what is the cause. I don’t think there’s anything like a cyst … .
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The appearance of swelling accompanied by pain, especially in the lower abdomen in women, can occur due to many factors. This condition can be related to the difficulties you and your partner have in having a baby, but it may not be.
Ovarian cysts can indeed be one of the obstacles to fertility in women. These ovarian cysts grow as a result of a disturbance in the maturation of the egg which then forms a fluid-filled sac in the ovary. If the size is small (less than 4 cm), often people with cysts do not feel any complaints. However, if it gets bigger, the cyst can cause swelling in the lower abdomen (right or left) which is painful, sticky, painful, accompanied by abnormal menstrual patterns, frequent urination, difficulty defecating, and impaired fertility. Your risk of ovarian cysts will be greater if you are on hormonal therapy (for example, which is often done in pregnancy programs), are pregnant, or also have other diseases, such as endometriosis and pelvic inflammation.
Besides cysts, there are various other conditions that can trigger your various complaints, for example:
Myoma (benign tumor originating from the muscle lining of the uterus)
Other intraabdominal tumors (benign or malignant), eg cervical cancer, uterine cancer, gastrointestinal tumors, bladder cancer
Urinary tract infection
Inguinal hernia (intestinal sticking out due to a weakened abdominal wall gap)
Obstructive ileus (intestinal obstruction, can be due to hardened stool, tumor)
Pregnancy or pregnancy disorders, and so on
Judging from the information you conveyed, it is feared that your condition is serious and needs further treatment. If it is true that the cause is a cyst, then if it is not treated properly, this cyst can experience torsion (twisting) to rupture (rupture) which causes bleeding and infection in the abdominal cavity which is potentially life threatening. Therefore, you need to go directly to a doctor or an internal medicine specialist for more in-depth observation, including through laboratory tests, ultrasound, pap smears, or other supporting tests.
So that the pain that appears does not get worse, we recommend that you first compress the painful area with a warm compress. Get plenty of rest and first reduce activities that involve the abdominal muscles to contract continuously, including walking or running excessively, lifting or pushing heavy objects, and so on. Always use comfortable clothes, don't use tights or high heels. Make sure you eat and drink regularly, and don't resist the urge to defecate or defecate.
Hope it helps ..