The Left And Right Abdomen And Back Ache After A Miscarriage 1 Month Ago?
In the afternoon, on August 12, I had a miscarriage in the age of 7w, and I went to the obstetrician, he said he didn’t need to be curetted and only given medicine because the UK was still small … then about 1 week more blood stopped, after that I felt good. .. but from yesterday mlm until now my back hurts and the left and right stomach hurts … why is that? and what should i do? is it because of fatigue / lack of exercise?
Hello Mrs. Yuli,
Stomach and back pain have many causes and are not necessarily related to previous miscarriages.
In the event of a miscarriage, your obstetrician will check whether any residue of the conception is still present or not. If it is still present (incomplete) and you may need help removing it, your obstetrician will recommend a curette. If not, usually the doctor will provide medicines to help the uterus contract. Bleeding after a miscarriage varies in length, generally around 1-2 weeks.
Maybe what you are experiencing right now is the symptoms of menstruation, but abdominal pain can also occur due to other things, such as digestive tract disorders such as GERD, gastritis, irritable bowel syndrome, inflammation of the appendix. Or it could be disorders of the urinary tract such as kidney stones, kidney infections, ureteral stones, bladder infections. Other disorders are disorders of the reproductive tract, such as adnexitis, ovarian cysts, myoma / fibroids, and so on. Back pain is also a very broad cause, it can be due to muscle tension, neurological disorders, spinal disorders and internal organ disorders as mentioned above.
If abdominal pain and back pain bothers you, it's best to see a doctor. Your doctor will examine you in more detail with questions and answers, physical examination and investigations if necessary, for example by MRI, X-rays, ultrasound or others.