Very often women turn to gynecologicalcabinet with complaints of unpleasant sensations in the lower abdomen: pulling pain, tingling in the lower abdomen, etc. As a rule, this testifies to purely female diseases that are associated with the reproductive system. Infringements can be revealed in the field of the uterus, cervix or appendages. Some other types of pelvic organs can also cause frequent tingling in the lower abdomen.

Physicians share pains localized belowabdominal cavity, into two kinds. The first type includes regular pain, which appears immediately before the beginning of the menstrual cycle, and with the cessation of menstrual periods receding. The second group (large) includes pain that is not associated with PMS.

The tingling in the lower abdomen can be caused, as gynecological practice shows, by the period of ovulation, dysmenorrhea, or endometriosis.

But there are types of pain that are not associated with women's diseases (gynecological). They can be caused by disturbances in the work of the gastrointestinal tract:

  • constipation (if they are caused by a tumor);
  • appendicitis;
  • intestinal obstruction;
  • gastroenteritis;
  • various inflammatory processes;
  • paraproctitis;
  • diverticulitis.

In addition, tingling in the lower abdomen is associated with some problems in the functioning of the urinary system:

  • pyelonephritis;
  • urolithiasis disease;
  • cystitis.

And now a little more about the causes of tingling in the lower abdomen associated with the menstrual cycle.

Endometriosis

Acute tingling (sometimes obtuse, more often with dysmenorrhea) in the lower part of the abdominal cavity. Pain occurs during sexual contact or during bowel movement.

Dysmenorrhea

Acute tingling in the lower abdomen (less often stupid), accompanying nausea, diarrhea (constipation), frequent urge to urinate. Pain appears on the eve of menstruation or directly during it.

Ovulation

Acute tingling in the lower abdomen, intensifying during peak, and then gradually fading. It may be accompanied by minor bloody discharge (vaginal).

The most common causes of pain in the lower abdomen, not associated with the menstrual cycle

Inflammation

Foci of inflammation in the small pelvis cause severe pain (especially when intercourse), tingling at the bottom of the abdomen, the appearance of discharge (purulent).

Ectopic pregnancy

Disrupted ectopic pregnancycharacterized by sharp tingling in the lower abdomen (constant pain), vaginal bleeding. Such pain can be accompanied by fainting, a condition of a hemorrhagic shock.

Changing the position of the appendages (twisting)

Twisting of the appendage causes acuteone-sided tingling, which is often accompanied by pain when touching the stomach, vomiting and nausea. Such pain usually manifests itself in the background of pregnancy and with an increase in the ovaries of more than four centimeters (with their stimulation).

Miscarriage (abortion)

Abortion spontaneous causes constant tingling and pain, which is accompanied by bleeding from the vagina.

Cancer of the ovaries or uterus

Pain does not appear immediately, increasing gradually. Often accompanied by uterine bleeding.

Necrosis of the node

With uterine myoma, necrosis of the node is determined by sharpand quite strong tingling. Pain, which arises sharply, is accompanied by bleeding from the vagina. Appears often at the beginning of pregnancy (up to twelve weeks), after abortion or childbirth.

Usually complaints "tingle at the bottom of the abdomen" doctorswrite out the direction for urinalysis, ultrasound of the appendages and the uterus, and a pregnancy test is also conducted. Modern technologies allow us to quickly determine the causes of such pains, which allows timely treatment.