Inguinal pain is one of the most common complaints both in gynecological diseases and in some other diseases.
Inguinal pain, which is usually caused by problems related to the musculoskeletal system, urinary tract or intestines, has many different causes related to gynecological diseases. These reasons can be listed as follows;
- Infections and inflammations in the ovaries or uterus
- Bursting of cysts in the ovary
- Fibroids that develop on the outer wall of the uterus
- Ectopic pregnancy
- Bleeding at low risk
- Spiral use
- Narrowing of the cervix after previous surgeries
- Severe sagging of female reproductive organs
- endometrial polyp
- early postpartum period
Groin Pain During Pregnancy
Groin pain is a complaint that frightens women especially during pregnancy. However, inguinal pain felt during this period is considered quite normal. So much so that a place is made for the growing baby in the mother’s womb. However, in case of experiencing groin pain that is felt especially in the first weeks of pregnancy or that develops suddenly into unbearable severity, it is absolutely necessary to consult a doctor before it is too late. There may be a risk of miscarriage or miscarriage, as well as various infections.
Gas and constipation problems experienced during pregnancy can also cause groin pain. There are some points that should be considered in order that groin pain does not interfere with the comfort of daily life.
- Sitting or standing for long periods of time should be avoided.
- In order to prevent the problem of gas and constipation, a nutrition program should be arranged.
- Magnesium supplements recommended by the doctor should not be neglected.
- Adequate amount of fluid should be taken.
- Sufficient time should be allocated for rest.
It should be noted that groin pain may be a symptom of abnormal conditions. For this reason, if you experience sudden onset of groin pain and this is accompanied by bleeding, a doctor should be consulted without delay.