Upper Abdominal Pain To The Back?
in the morning.. I’m 24 years old and married.. Today I woke up in the upper part of my stomach.. It hurts so much to the back of my back.. After a bit of pain.. I went to the bathroom to urinate something came out like mixed thick blood with thick vaginal discharge.. I had my period yesterday on January 9th, finished my period on January 15th.. Is it possible that the pain and bleeding are the remnants of yesterday’s menstruation?
Hello, thanks for your question.
Vaginal discharge after a menstrual period is called spotting. Bleeding can be in the form of blood spots or with a large enough volume. Spotting can be caused by:
Ovulation or fertile period. The influence of drugs, for example birth control pills. Insertion of an IUD (intrauterine device). Infections of the pelvic organs, including the vagina, cervix, Fallopian tubes or ovaries. This infection can also be caused by sexually transmitted diseases. Pelvic inflammatory disease. Fibroids in the uterus, which are benign tumors that grow in the uterus. Fatigue physically or psychologically (stress). Chronic diseases such as hyperthyroidism or diabetes. Upper abdominal pain does not appear to be related to the bleeding you are experiencing. Upper abdominal pain is often associated with acid reflux disease, inflammation of the lining of the stomach (gastritis), stomach ulcers or inflammation of the pancreas. Abdominal pain related to the reproductive system generally occurs in the lower abdomen. While bleeding may be caused by something other than menstruation because the distance is quite far from the day the menstruation ends.
To know for sure the cause of the symptoms you are experiencing, of course, requires an immediate examination by a doctor. The supporting examinations that may be needed such as blood tests, ultrasound (ultrasonography), endoscopy, or other examinations as indicated.
That's the information I can convey, I hope it's useful.