I had a colonoscopy in April because of female pain the doctor thought might be referred pain. 4 days later I ended up in the hospital. I was given Levanquin, Flagyl, Relgan, Ambien, and Ativan for suspected UTI and kidney stone. It was determined that I passed a minute particle of protien instead of a kidney stone. I had both rectal and vaginal pain. I still suffer from both. I have not been able to have a bowel movement without the aid of a laxative since the colonoscopy. The doctor said there were a couple of hard places to get through. I could feel them when I supposedly was under. In the middle of the procedure I asked for them to put me under more. I think they thought was out of it. I can still remember the pain of the procedure. It was determined that I had several diverticuli, but that was it. He told me I would not need another colonoscopy for ten years. I think I have two things going on, trauma from the colonoscopy and some bladder/female issue. The nerves in my vagina and rectum still are in pain lots of days. I have been diganosed with trigonitis and cannot eat much for a variety of foods without having extreme pain. Anyone else experienced this or know someone who has? I have been to multiple doctors and they all just shake their heads.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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