Topic: Would bowling make my lower abs hurt THIS much?
April 19, 2019 / By Arielle Question:
Earlier today I went to my sisters friend's birthday party, which was at a bowling alley. I bowled 2 games, and I haven't bowled in years.
By the time I got home, for some reason. it hurt for me to even sit down! My legs, arms, upper abs, and everything else felt fine. But my lower abs (right along my waistline) hurt like a *****! Like I said, I can hardly even sit! It does NOT hurt for me to do situps or crunches, and it does NOT hurt for me to otherwise flex my abs.
Additionally, pressing and pushing down on the area especially hurts.
I'm a teenager, though, so it's not like it's old age or anything. Additionally, sometime throughout each day I make room for 2 sets of 50 crunches, though I know these mostly work my upper abs.
The only other thing that I can think of is when I was standing on a chair and was pushing EXTREEMELY hard against a wall (so hard that my chair slid back a few times) to try and get tacks to hold up a birthday sign. This, I know, used my lower abs, but it didn't seem like it was that much work!
Would bowling for the first time in a long time make my lower abs hurt like this? Again, the pain is especially present when I sit and when I press on the area (my waistline) and push down. And no, it's not period cramps, I know that for a fact.
Thanks! I'm trying to figure out what the heck I did . . .
I just did a set of rower sit ups and I did a 40 second plank, and neither of these hurt! These DO use my lower abs, a lot!
Now I'm starting to get worried :-/ Perhaps I'm thinking it's my lower abs when it's something else . . .
Zebedee | 8 days ago
you didnt do anything bowling streches out your lower abs its a great abs work thats howm i got my pack
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Well, I just answered this question a few days ago, and this is exactly what I wrote:
I started my period when I was 11, and by the time I was about 14 or 15, I was on prescirption anti-inflamitories to stop the pain. It was so bad one time, I went to the emergency room feeling like I was going to pass out. A lot of people really underestimate the pain of menstrual cramps and would offer me an Advil or Midol. Believe me, Midol did NOTHING to stop the pain. Then, when I was about 19 I went on the birth control pill to stop the cramps and it worked amazingly. Now, I can just take an Advil to stop the pain. I still get pain, but it's significantly reduced and I can bear it.
Maybe something in your lifestyle or diet is different, or your hormones may just be changing, and now your periods have changed, making them heavier and more painful.
Good luck, I know it can really be horrible having to endure pain that others can't relate to. Especially when it's every month.
However, in addition to that you could try other pills, such as Midol or Advil, or use a heating pad or a nice warm bath. You could also try going for a walk, because movement usually makes it feel a little better.
But if your cramps are really bad and walking or regular medication (such as Midol) doesn't work, you should see a doctor about it, because you may be able to go on medication for it.