14 Causes of lower abdominal pain and treatment methods

What is abdominal pain?
Abdominal pain occurs near the hip position and many important organs such as the intestine, bladder, and genital area. Superapobic pain (abdominal pain) can have a variety of causes, so your doctor may need to perform vital tests before you can diagnose the cause. You may experience this type of pain.

1- Urinary tract infection
When the bladder is connected to the kidney, it is infected and a UTI occurs. It can occur in men and women.

Symptoms include:

Feeling pain when you urinate
Feeling the need for frequent and intense urination, even if you only have a small amount of urine.
The presence of blood in your urine
Feeling pain when having sex
feeling exhausted
Fever at temperatures of 101 degrees Fahrenheit (38.3 degrees Celsius) or higher
2. Kidney stones
All kidney stones are fragments of minerals that form solid solids in the kidneys. They can be very painful when they can grow up or when you try to deliver them with your urine.

The symptoms of kidney stones include:

Red, brown or pale urine that is cloudy or odorous
Feeling pain behind the back
Feeling pain when you urinate
Feeling frequent urination
Eat too much
3- Appendicitis
Appendicitis occurs when your appendix is ​​inflamed. If appendicitis is not treated, severe pain will occur and cause the appendix.

Symptoms of appendicitis include:

Feeling pain in the lower right abdomen
Feeling nauseous
Feeling bronchitis or inability to transfer gas
Swelling of the abdomen
Fever down
4. Interstitial cystitis
Interstitial cystitis or bladder pain syndrome is a condition that can cause pain in your bladder area. This condition occurs when your bladder does not clear the proper signals to your brain when it is completely empty and ready to empty.

Other symptoms of interstitial cysts include:

Pain fixed around your pelvic floor
Feeling the need for frequent or frequent urination
You carry a small amount of urine several times a day
Feeling pain when urinating
Feeling pain when having sex
Joints hernia
A hernia occurs when a part of the intestine is squeezed through the abdomen or back and into the muscle tissue. This kind of hernia occurs in men and women, but it is very common in men.

Symptoms of this hernia may include:

Swelling of the scrotum
Sometimes there is pain in your genital area
Pain in the genital area when coughing, lifting or exercising
Feeling nauseous
6 - Menstrual cramps (dysmenorrhea)
Menstrual cramps are a side effect of a course. Pain can occur on one or both sides of the abdomen or back or above the abdominal region. This pain is caused by your uterus, which indicates the preparation for it to be removed during menstruation. Other symptoms of menstrual cramps include:

Feeling dizzy
Feeling nauseous
Headache
Intestinal movements are juicy and juicy
Low back pain
7. Ovarian sprain
Ovarian torsion occurs when the ovary is twisted. It can transfer blood from the bloodstream to the ovary. The torso pain of the ovaries can be severe and severe. Other symptoms of ovarian induration include:

Feeling nauseous
Pain when having sex
Time and abnormal period
8. Ovarian cyst
Ovarian cyst is a fluid that is filled with fluid that grows in or around the ovary. They are not normally harmful and do not always cause pain. But when they grow up or fall behind, they can cause severe pain. Other symptoms include:

Sudden pain in your abdomen or back
Problem in breathing
Fever below 38.3 degrees Celsius or higher
Feeling tired or weak
What causes this type of pain in women? The causes of this type of pain in women are usually menstruation or conditions that affect the ovaries and their reproductive system.

9. Endometriosis
Endometriosis occurs when the uterine tissue grows out of the uterus. Eczema Endometriosis is often felt like menstrual cramps. Other symptoms include:

Feeling pain during the course
Abnormal and severe menstrual bleeding
Feeling pain when having sex
10. Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID)
Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) is an infection of reproductive organs. It can include:

Ovaries
The fallopian tubes
Uterus
Vagina
It often spreads through unprotected sex with people who have sexually transmitted infections (STIs), such as gonorrhea or chlamydia. Apart from these types of pains, PID symptoms include:

Fever below 38.3 degrees Celsius or higher
Burning, when you urinate
Feeling pain or bleeding when having sex
11. During pregnancy
Pregnancy typically causes some pelvic pain and supporobic pain while the uterus and surrounding tissue grow. If you have one of the above conditions, you may experience severe pain during pregnancy. Superapobic pain after pregnancy can mean that you are in difficulty.

If this pain suddenly occurs and changes in severity at regular intervals, such as a few minutes for any pain, then go straight to your doctor. Muscle pain that occurs with bleeding can be serious. In the early part of pregnancy, supravactible pain may show bleeding.

Abortion occurs when pregnancy ends before the twentieth week.

Ectopic pregnancy occurs when an egg is placed next to the uterus.

12. Testicular torsion
Joint torsion occurs when the testicle is covered in the rumen. This can be the blood flow

References:

  1. https://www.healthline.com/health/suprapubic-pain#hernia

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