Pain on both sides of the lower abdomen, obvious anal distension after urination, barter, hemorrhoids, a small meatball, no bleeding, no dry stool. Have gastric ulcer, menstruation on the 19th, today on the 4th, is it ovulation pain or pelvic inflammatory disease recurrence. Have a history of pelvic inflammatory disease. Or hemorrhoids?
According to your description, it is considered that further palpation and color Doppler ultrasound examination are needed for further investigation, and then digital rectal examination for further screening. If the abdominal pain on both sides is considered to be more likely to be pelvic inflammatory disease, it needs further examination and symptomatic treatment, so as to achieve early detection, early treatment and timely symptomatic treatment. Positive symptomatic treatment is enough.
If you have a history of pelvic inflammatory disease, this symptom is considered to be the recurrence of pelvic inflammatory disease. It is recommended to carry out gynecological color Doppler ultrasound and blood routine examination for diagnosis. If there is pelvic effusion after diagnosis and the white blood cells are significantly increased, intravenous medication is needed. Pay attention to the warmth of the abdomen.
This situation may be caused by pelvic inflammation. In addition, hemorrhoids will also have some uncomfortable phenomena. There will be some slightly uncomfortable phenomena during ovulation. Generally, it is not particularly obvious to pay attention to keeping warm. You can further go to the hospital to check the color Doppler ultrasound.