I started having pain in my abdomen about 5 weeks ago. At one point it was very severe to the point that it hurt when I would breathe, cough or sneeze and it was tender to the the touch,and my stomach felt bloated. At first I thought it was a bladder infection because the symptoms were similar. Lower back pain,abdominal pain, pressure when urinating, feeling like I needed to urinate after sex. When I would take a deep breath I would have pain my abdomen and a sharp pain in my right shoulder by my clavical. I finally went to the emergency room after 2 weeks of pain and they ruled out bladder infection, appendicitis, kidney stones and several other things through blood and urine tests, a CT scan and a pelvic exam. They couldn't find any reason for my pain. Since then my pain is not as severe but is still present. I still feel alot of pressure when I urinate, pain during intercourse and it is still tender to the touch, and occasionally bleeding after sex. My last two periods have been heavier, lasting for 8 or more days. It no longer hurts when I breathe but sex is still very uncomfortable, and after sex is when I feel the most pressure and it last for a couple of days after sex, whenever I urinate, pass gas or have a bowel movement there is an extreme amount of pressure. When me and my boyfriend first started having sex it was uncomfortable, I would feel like I needed to urinate in the middle of sex and would make him stop so I could go to the bathroombut usually nothing would come out. I thought maybe it was because I hadn't had sex in so long or because he is a well endowed man. Could he have ruptured something, is he going too deep? I should probably also mention I have 3 kids. I gave birth to my last child 9 months ago and he was 10lbs. Could this have something to do with it? I have never had any STD's or any serious problems besides a bladder or yeast infection. I am not on any birth control. I have always been pretty healthy and I drink about a gallon of water a day, I also take garlic pills and cod liver oil pills almost every day. Please help, any suggestions would be appreciated. :confused: Thank you!Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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