Why Do You Often Feel Pain In The Vagina And The Right Back?
, I want to ask and before I tell you a little bit. now I am 18 years old, when I was in a sex session I had a vaginal to plastic surgery, because I didn’t have a hole for menstruation. After the operation of the body I like pain “clear, but not too often huh. Now, now I often feel pain in the vagina, why is that? Then right back of the right waist in the area of the bone to swing.
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. The condition in which a woman does not have a hole for menstruation is called the imperforata hymen, or hymen that is not hollow. The hymen is located between the lips of the vagina and the cervix, and menstrual blood is passed through when a woman is menstruating. Normally, this hymen is hollow, but for some people, due to developmental abnormalities, this hole is not formed and must be made through surgery.
However, as with other operations, when there is already done no more complaints accompanying it. What you feel with pain in the vagina and right back waist may be a condition that is different from one another and must be examined further to determine the cause. It could be because there is an infection in the vagina, there are swollen glands, there is injury to the back muscles, infection of the urinary tract, and so forth. Our advice, you should first check your complaint with a general practitioner, for later treatment is done early after thoroughly examined. If your complaint does not improve even though the medicine has run out, return to the doctor for evaluation. You may be referred if the disease is considered complicated.
In the meantime, avoid excessive physical activity, don't lift heavy loads, increase your water consumption, and try to compress your back with warm compresses, and take over-the-counter painkillers and anti-inflammatory drugs by reading the rules of use listed. Take care of your pubic health by avoiding using tight pants and underpants and cleaning the genitals from front to back. So, hopefully answering your question.