If you find a burst of pain below your navel eye in your life, you should pay special attention to it, as far as possible or to go to the hospital in the first time to do the related examination, so you can find out the specific reasons, otherwise, with the development of the condition, it is likely to be accompanied by nausea and vomiting, or fever, etc. Symptoms, once these symptoms occur, indicate that their condition has become more serious, and timely use of drugs to control.
Acute lower abdominal pain
Sudden onset, severe pain, often accompanied by nausea, vomiting, fever, etc.
(1) hypogastric pain with vaginal bleeding: whether there is a history of menopause, and more related to pathological pregnancy.
(2) lower abdominal pain with fever: common in acute pelvic inflammation, endometritis, oviduct ovarian abscess or acute appendiceal cyst and so on, also visible in the uterine fibroid red degeneration.
(3) hypogastric pain with appendage mass: torsion of ovarian tumor or ovarian non neoplastic cyst, torsion of subserous myoma of uterus.
Chronic lower abdominal pain
Onset is slow, mostly dull or dull, with long course and sometimes related to menstrual cycle. Chronic lower abdominal pain includes:
(1) hypogastric pain during menstrual period: progressive abdominal hypogastric pain, sometimes accompanied by dysmenorrhea, in view of endometriosis or adenomyosis. Anterior and posterior hypogastric pain is also seen in the posterior flexion, posterior flexion, primary dysmenorrhea, cervical stenosis and pelvic inflammatory disease.
(2) hypogastric pain during menstruation: pain is located on the lower abdominal side, usually lasting for 3~4 days, with a small amount of vaginal bleeding. This kind of abdominal pain is called ovulatory abdominal pain.
Those with abdominal pain during menstrual period may be primary dysmenorrhea or endometriosis.
“Abdominal pain accompanied by fever suggestive of inflammation, connective tissue disease, malignant tumor, etc.; accompanied by vomiting suggestive of esophageal, gastric, or biliary tract diseases; the amount of vomiting suggestive of gastrointestinal obstruction; with diarrhea suggestive of intestinal inflammation, malabsorption, pancreatic disease, and shock, and anaemia suggestive of abdominal viscera rupture (such as rupture of the liver or spleen or ectopic pregnancy) Myocardial infarction, pneumonia can also have abdominal pain with shock, should be particularly vigilant; with urgent urine, frequency of urine, urine pain, hematuria, etc., indicating possible urinary tract infection or stone; with digestive tract bleeding, such as cypress or hematemesis suggestive of peptic ulcers or gastritis, such as blood or dark red blood, often suggestive of ulcerative colon Inflammation, colon cancer, intestinal tuberculosis and so on.