When Coughing The Pelvic Pain?
Hello, I am 19 years old, I am married. I’ve been pregnant but miscarried. lately my uterus has been aching for some reason. when i sneeze standing or walking my uterus feels sore. why is that? Is it because I had a miscarriage like that? Please answer Thank you
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Need to clarify, which part of the body do you refer to as the "womb"? Have you ever checked your complaint to a doctor, and were diagnosed that your pain actually originates from the uterus?
The uterus is located in the pelvic cavity. In this area, there are also various other components (apart from the uterus), for example the fallopian tubes, ovaries, bladder, ureters, large intestine, rectum, anus, muscles, skin, pelvic bones, and various supporting tissues. Pain in the pelvic area is not always caused by disorders of the uterus, but can also arise due to interference with other components as mentioned above.
Here are some conditions that are prone to causing pain in the pelvic area:
Reproductive organ disorders, for example ovarian cysts, endometriosis, myoma, pelvic inflammatory disease, pre-menstrual syndrome Urinary organ disorders, for example cystitis, bladder stones, overactive bladder disorders of digestive organs, for example hernia, gastroenteritis, irritable bowel syndrome, colitis, constipation disorders other organ systems, for example fibromyalgia, psychosomatic disorders, clit infections, muscle cramps, etc. Pain that increases in intensity when coughing or walking excessively, may result from increased pressure in the abdominal cavity. However, this information does not specifically refer to a particular disease.
Not always pelvic pain that you experience is related to a history of previous miscarriages. If after experiencing a miscarriage you have undergone adequate treatment at an obstetrician, then the risk of prolonged side effects can be prevented.
Therefore, you should check yourself directly with a doctor. With a thorough examination, the doctor can determine the origin of the pain. If it is true that it is suspected that it is related to a problem with the uterus, the doctor can refer you to an obstetrician for the best treatment.
Compress the painful pelvis with warm water Drink plenty of warm water Do not hold back the urge to urinate Limit excessive physical activity First not lift heavy objects Eat more regularly Increase exercise To reduce coughing, avoid exposure to substances that can trigger irritation or allergies on your respiratory tract, wear a mask covering your nose, and don't smoke. Hope it helps.