I am having a series of symptoms that seem to puzzle my doctors. I am preparing to have an exploratory laparoscopy but was wondering if anyone could tell me if they had heard of anything like this happening before.
I am a generally healthy 21 year old female. I do take birth control to regulate my menstural cycles as they are sometimes long and heavy and irregular without birth control. But since I've been on the pill for the past three years my cycles have been very regular.
Well two weeks ago I awoke to severe left sided pelvic pain and nausea. I called my gynocologist and was seen the same day. I was told I probably had a small ovarian cyst and an internal ultrasound was ordered. Between that thursday and the tuesday when the ultrasound was done I ended up in the ER with even more severe pain. I was put on percocet. That tuesday the ultrasound did not indeed show a cyst. In fact the ultrasound was completely normal. I was sent back to the hospital later that week for severe nausea to get a CAT scan. The CAT scan was normal. I was placed on phenargen. The phenargen is not helping with the nausea just as the percocet is not helping with the pain. The doctor scheduled an exploratory laparoscopy for mid july. Then three days ago I started to have severe diarrhea. This co-incided with the start of my period. I contacted my gynocologist who is doing the surgery and she is now concerned about doing the surgery. I am also having chills but no fever. My temperature is 97.7 F.
None of these symptoms seem to go along with one another when I put them in the symptom checker. If anyone has any idea what may be going on please share your insight!
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