Frequent lower abdominal pain, May be a warning sign from these diseases.

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The symptom lower abdominal pain’ is pain from below the navel down to the pubic area. It is a symptom that many women often overlook. Because they thought it was a general stomach ache similar to menstrual cramps that soon went away. But actually Lower abdominal pain may be related to 4 systems within the body. It is not caused by abnormalities within the reproductive system alone. But it also includes the urinary system, intestinal system, and muscular system as well.

Diseases in the urinary system: such as kidney stones, glomerulonephritis, and cystitis. Often with pain in the lower abdomen. along with burning urination Can’t urinate There is blood in the urine. or urine that is cloudy or has sediment in the urine. 

Diseases in the intestinal system: such as irritable bowel syndrome, inflammatory bowel disease. In addition to abdominal pain, there are also diarrhea, loose stools with blood in them,สมัคร ufabet, nausea, and vomiting.

Diseases in the musculoskeletal system: caused by the muscles in the lower abdomen being injured and inflamed because of incorrect movement. Exercising too much or lift heavy objects This causes pain in the lower abdomen, stiffness, and pain.

Diseases in the reproductive system: in females, pain in the lower abdomen. It may be a warning sign of various gynecological diseases such as uterine tumors. Endometriosis Ovarian tumor salpingitis and endometritis, etc.  

If there are problems in the reproductive system In addition to pain in the lower abdomen Often there is severe menstrual pain. Menstrual blood is not normal. Delayed pain when having sex You may also experience a lot of vaginal discharge, an unusual color, or a change in smell. And there may be blood clots coming out during menstruation.

For males, if you have pain in your lower abdomen Numbness in the genitals or rectum may warn of a hernia. enlarged prostate Prostatitis, etc. 

If you have pain in your lower abdomen like this, see a doctor immediately! 

  • Chronic lower abdominal pain for more than 6 months
  • Severe pain in the lower abdomen until affecting daily life
  • Suspicious symptoms such as irregular menstruation, abnormal vaginal discharge, heavy diarrhea, blood in the urine, etc.