Is the normal abdomen soreness in women during ovulation?

In our lives, female friends will face many physical problems, so we must pay attention to protect our body. Many female friends will have symptoms of abdominal pain. Is the abdominal pain in the ovulation period normal? Abdominal pain during ovulation Generally speaking, it is normal, but if the pain is too long or it is serious, you need to pay attention to it. Let’s take a look at the related issues. There are five main causes of abdominal pain in women of different ages: ovulatory abdominal pain, about two weeks before menstruation, just ovulation. At this time, the follicles rupture, and the follicular fluid stimulates the peritoneum, so women will have alternating abdominal pains that alternate between left and right and once a month. More manifested as a side of pain, dull pain or bulging pain. Short hours, no more than 2 days. This pain is a physiological problem and does not require treatment. Dysmenorrhea, dysmenorrhea is divided into primary and secondary. The former is common in unmarried girls and is related to the level of prostaglandins in the body. If the dysmenorrhea becomes more serious after marriage, it is necessary to beware of gynecological diseases. The most common one is endometriosis, which is secondary dysmenorrhea. The pain will gradually increase, and the non-menstrual abdominal pain will be worsened before and after menstruation. This pain requires treatment. Ovarian cysts, if the body suddenly tingles on the right side, like a nail puncture, accompanied by nausea, vomiting and fever, it is likely that the ovarian cyst is twisted or perforated. At this time, there will be obvious tenderness and muscle tension in the abdomen, and you need to go to the hospital for treatment immediately. Chronic pelvic inflammatory disease, lower abdominal pain caused by chronic pelvic inflammatory disease is generally aggravated after exertion, sexual life and before and after menstruation, some people will feel tired, insomnia, need to be examined and treated. After the age of 40, the female cervix and uterus gradually shrink, and the size of the birth control ring is the same, it will be stuck in the uterus, and even ectopic, accompanied by low back pain, abdominal pain, lower abdomen or irregular bleeding. . This is called the birth control ring incarceration. The longer the menopause time, the higher the chance of incarceration ring incarceration and the greater the difficulty of taking out. It is recommended that women should take out the birth control ring if they are determined to have menopause.