Pain in lower left abdomen female near hip

 

pain in lower left abdomen female near hip

 

What causes lower and left abdominal pain in women?

If you are a woman who has pain in the left and lower abdomen and near the pelvis, in the following our doctors will tell all the causes that can cause Pain in lower left abdomen female near hip

 

Causes of lower and left abdominal pain in women

General symptoms of pain in the lower and left abdomen

Pain in lower left abdomen female near hip causes

Causes of the female genital system that can cause pain in the lower left abdomen female near the hip

Symptoms of ovarian tumors

Differential diagnoses of ovarian torsion

When to see a doctor?

 

 

Causes of lower and left abdominal pain in women

Lower and left abdominal pain in women can be caused by a variety of reasons:

  • Gastrointestinal problems
  • Problems with the kidneys and urinary system
  • Abdominal artery problems
  • Problems with the skin or muscles of the abdominal wall
  • And problems and diseases related to the female reproductive system

 

 pain in lower left abdomen female near hip

 

Organs in the lower left side of the abdomen or in the pelvis are:

  • The distal part of the large intestine or descending colon
  • Colon sigmoid
  • Parts of the small intestine
  • Left ureter
  • Left ovary
  • Left fallopian tube

 

The pain may remain in the lower left abdomen or pelvis or spread to other areas.

 

 

General symptoms of pain in the lower and left abdomen

  • the pain:

The pain can be constant or diffuse

The pain can be sudden and sharp or dull and chronic

The pain may go away on its own

The pain may be recurrent and recur after the silent period

 

The following accompanying symptoms may also present with pain:

  • Diarrhea
  • Constipation
  • Blowing
  • Groin pain
  • Nausea
  • Vomit
  • Excretion of blood in the urine
  • Excretion of blood in the stool

Other symptoms associated with lower and left abdominal pain (near the pelvis) in women of childbearing age include:

  • Vaginal discharge
  • Spotting
  • Irregularity of period
  • Heavy bleeding
  • Dyspareunia
  • Painful bowel movements

 

 

Pain in lower left abdomen female near hip causes

  • Gastrointestinal causes:
  • Blowing
  • Diarrhea or constipation
  • Inflammatory bowel disease (IBDs) (Crohn’sdisease) (ulcerative colitis)
  • Accumulation of intestinal gas
  • Gastrointestinal infections
  • Food poisoning
  • Colitis or inflammation of the wall of the large intestine
  • indigestion
  • Gastrointestinal tumors
  • And...

 

  • Diverticulitis:

Inflammation of the diverticulum wall in the wall of the large intestine is called diverticulitis

Diverticula are small sacs that are harmless and asymptomatic, usually the descending part of the large intestine, located on the lower left side of the abdomen, is the most common site for diverticula to form, and older people are more prone to intestinal diverticula.

Inflammation of the diverticulum wall leads to diverticulitis. Diverticulitis can cause mild pain and may also present with severe lower and left abdominal pain near the pelvis, blood in the stool, and fever and generalized abdominal pain.

 

 

Causes of the female genital system that can cause pain in the lower left abdomen female near the hip

  • ovarian torsion:

Torsion means twist, and when the ovary twists around the surrounding tissues, the blood vessels of the ovary become blocked by the pressure from the torsion, and not enough blood reaches the ovarian tissue. When it occurs and if there is no emergency care, the ovary dies.

Sometimes the adjacent fallopian tube becomes twisted, and if left untreated, both the ovaries and fallopian tubes die. Symptoms of this complication include:

  • Severe and sudden pain in the lower abdomen on the ovarian side
  • Nausea
  • Vomit

 

The following women are more likely to develop ovarian torsion:

  • pregnant women
  • Women who have TL
  • Ovarian stimulation following medication and infertility treatments
  • Ovarian torsion is more common in women of childbearing age than in postmenopausal women

 

  • Ectopic pregnancy or EP:

When an implanted cell is implanted somewhere outside the uterus, there is an EP.

This complication can occur inside the fallopian tube or even the ovaries. The fetus in these pregnancies will die due to lack of nutrition and proper growth, and if left untreated, rupture will be accompanied by severe internal bleeding and maternal death. So the most important thing will be the timely diagnosis of EP and termination of pregnancy by your doctor

 

Symptoms Ep:

  • Decreasing trend of bHcg titer
  • Light pelvic and lateral pain will be early in the lower abdomen and adjacent to the pelvis and on the side where the Ep occurred
  • Abnormal vaginal bleeding:

Blood leaking from the walls of the fallopian tubes can cause the need to defecate. A pregnant woman with an intrauterine pregnancy may also feel pain in the shoulder on the same side.

 

Ep rupture is associated with the following symptoms that if you encounter any of them, you should immediately go to an equipped medical center:

  • Severe lower abdominal pain
  • Abdominal and pelvic pain
  • lightheadedness
  • Decreased concentration, fainting and shock

Failure to go to a medical center immediately is associated with the death of the mother

 

  • Genital cysts:

Pain can be caused by any of the following cysts:

 

  • Simple cyst or physiologic cyst:

There are fluid-filled sacs in the ovaries that are benign and eventually grow to a diameter of five centimeters. They are often painless and only accompanied by a delayed menstrual cycle.

 

  • Non physiological cyst or endomixoma
  •  cysts:

The inside of this cyst is full of blood and each time you menstruate, the volume of this cyst increases

 

  • Follicular cysts:

They are the result of the growth of an ovarian follicle and are full of fluid and eggs. If for any reason the follicle does not open and the egg is not released, a follicular cyst develops and usually resolves spontaneously within three months.

 

  • Hemorrhagic cysts:

If bleeding occurs inside the ovarian cysts, these bleeding cysts form. These cysts occur only in women of childbearing age and before menopause and are associated with the following symptoms:

  • Bloating of the abdomen
  • Painful intercourse
  • Painful bowel movements
  • Pelvic pain before menstrual bleeding

If you experience the following symptoms, you need to go to the emergency room immediately:

  • Fever
  • lightheadedness
  • Increase in heart rate and respiration rate
  • Severe and unbearable pain in the lower abdomen and adjacent to the pelvis on the ovarian side

 

  • Left ovarian tumors:

These tumors can be associated with pain in the left and lower abdomen near the pelvis

 

 

Symptoms of ovarian tumors

There are several types of ovarian tumors. Symptoms of ovarian tumors include:

  • Abdominal pain and pelvic pain
  • Irregular menstruation
  • Abnormal vaginal bleeding
  • Feeling full
  • Early satiety
  • Abdominal mass
  • Pain during intercourse
  • Frequent urination
  • Changes in defecation habits
  • Back pain
  • weight loss
  • Excessive fatigue
  • Difficulty breathing due to diaphragm elevation due to abdominal mass

What we mentioned was one of the main causes of pain in the lower and left abdomen and near the pelvis in women

In addition to the above, the following causes can also cause these pains:

  • Urinary tract infections
  • Urinary tract stones
  • Endometriosis (endometriosis of the inner wall of the uterus anywhere outside the uterus) is called endometriosis, which is accompanied by pain in the lower abdomen and adjacent pelvis on the affected side and pain during intercourse and sometimes infertility. The pain usually intensifies during menstrual bleeding. And are heavy)

 

 

Differential diagnoses of ovarian torsion

Differential diagnoses of ovarian torsion include:

  • Inflammation of the appendix or appendicitis
  • Infectious ovarian abscess
  • Ectopic pregnancies inside the ovaries or inside the fallopian tubes
  • Ovarian and fallopian tube abscess. Turbo ovarian abscess
  • Or pyosalpinx (the most serious complication of PIDs)

 

Women are at higher risk for the following risk factors:

  • Multi-partner
  • History of previous PID
  • Adolescent girls with high sexual activity
  • Low socioeconomic level
  • Having immunosuppressive disorders
  • And not using physical restraint methods such as condoms

At present, if not diagnosed in time and treated, one to four percent of these abscesses will rupture and ten percent of the ruptured cases will lead to death.

In the past, about forty-eight to one hundred percent of TOAs were torn and people with a blood-borne infection died.

 

TOA symptoms:

Pain in ninety percent

Increase white blood cells or leukocytosis in sixty to eighty percent

Lack of increase in white blood cell count (leukocytosis) and lack of fever are not reasons to reject TOA

If you are a woman who has a history of PID and now you have lower and left abdominal pain, nausea and abnormal vaginal discharge, if you have unreasonable vaginal bleeding and lower left abdominal pain, be sure to go to a well-equipped medical center.

 

 

When to see a doctor?

If you have one or more of the following symptoms with this pain, you should go to an equipped medical center without wasting time.

  • Fever
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Changing bowel habits
  • Early satiety
  • Significant loss of appetite
  • Fever
  • Lightheadedness
  • Weakness
  • Excretion of blood in the urine

Finally, in rare cases, appendicitis can cause lower and left abdominal pain and even pelvic pain.

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