I Got Married Last March 3rd. Lately I Often Feeling My Lower Belly Navel I Often Cramp Like Translucent To The Waist I Feel Like I Want Menstruation But No Menstruation, Ordinary White spots appear like vaginal discharge, I had menstruation last August 19 Yesterday. nThat’s Why?
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The sensation of cramping that appears from the lower abdomen to the waist accompanied by vaginal discharge is often a symptom of hormonal fluctuations just before menstruation. This condition occurs due to being influenced by increased levels of the hormones estrogen and progesterone which cause stronger uterine muscle contractions and also trigger an increase in the activity of the glands around the genitals. Usually, this complaint will appear about 1 to 7 days before menstruation itself appears. Furthermore, after menstruation, complaints will improve on their own. It could also be, due to hormonal changes during menstruation, you may also experience other complaints, such as nausea, bloating, decreased appetite, lots of acne, mood swings, fatigue, weakness, and other unpleasant sensations.
Apart from hormonal fluctuations before menstruation, your complaints may also arise due to other triggers, for example:
Causes of cramps from the lower abdomen to the waist Pregnant Fibromyalgia Ovarian cysts Myoma Urinary tract infections Bladder stones Constipation Causes of vaginal discharge
Pregnant Psychological stress Intimate organ infection Irritation, such as due to the use of vaginal scent soap, spermicide. Malignancy in the reproductive organs, etc. Meanwhile, you can try to get plenty of rest first so that complaints get better. Compress the area of the stomach and waist that feels pain, or take paracetamol medicine as well. Limit activities that make you too tired, get more exercise. Also get used to eating and drinking with discipline, do not get in the habit of holding back the urge to defecate or urinate. Do not forget, also improve the cleanliness of your intimate organs so that the risk of infection can be minimized.
If within 1 to 3 days your complaints do not get better, or there are very severe stomach cramps, vomiting, fever, bowel disorders, vaginal discharge that smells, itches, hurts, and has an unnatural color, do not hesitate to go to the doctor or obstetrician to be given the best management. If necessary, further examinations, such as ultrasound, urine test, blood test, or cervical mucus examination, doctors can also recommend so that your complaints can be handled optimally.
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