Why Does Your Right Abdomen And Breasts Have Been Sore For The Past Week?
Hi, I am Anis a 17-year-old woman, why is that, my right abdomen when pressed hurts, my breasts when touched hurts for almost 1 week, I also have diarrhea, frequent bowel movements, and my white vaginal discharge is menstrual symptoms or what symptoms are dangerous ?
Hello Aniss, thank you for consulting us on HealthReplies.com.
Menstruation is a natural cycle that occurs almost all women, but sometimes some women do not know when the menstrual cycle will come. Some women who do not remember when the menstrual cycle will come will usually know the signs of menstruation or known as PMS (premenstrual syndrome). These signs are:
breast pain abdominal pain feels bloated acne appears increased appetite disorders sleep time mood changes the feeling of cramps in the abdomen and lower back All of the above symptoms are influenced by hormonal changes both estrogen and progesterone which causes complaints in the breast, digestive tract, and also psychologically. However, if in your case, the symptoms can be related to signs of menstruation coming, but can also be caused by other conditions such as:
emergence of fibroadenoma, which is usually breast pain accompanied by a lump of bacterial or viral infection associated with diarrhea that occurs that can arise associated with fungal infections, or bacterial abdominal pain on the right side can be due to interference with the intestine, or in the muscles that surround the stomach right often farting can be caused by stomach acid disease, eating disorders, digestive disorders, or ulcerative colitis To be sure, you should consult directly with your doctor, so that you are examined carefully. If the doctor needs it, maybe the doctor will do some additional examinations such as ultrasound, Rongten, or laboratory. If indeed the complaint that arises is due to premenstrual signs, then all you need to do to reduce the symptoms is:
Consume lots of water to smooth your metabolism to meet your resting needs. Eat lots of fruits and vegetables. Manage stress well. Do moderate to moderate exercise for at least 15-30 minutes every day. Take pain relievers such as paracetamol and antacids to reduce pain and bloating. hopefully useful.