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its now 4years please help!!!

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  • Posted By: gemma_frost161
  • May 28, 2008
  • 11:26 PM

its been just over 4years now and still dont know whats wrong with me
it started 4years ago with stomach pains,went doc and she said i could be pregnant,found out i was so put it down to that,had pains during pregnancy,put it down to body changing,had alot of pain after the birth (bout 3 months after) found out was pregnant again so put it down to that,was having pains after the birth and put it down to body changing,then realised kept having them,went doc and gave me ibs tablets (dint work) antibiotics (dint work) and other medication which also dint work,eventually they referred me to hospital and after 6months they thought i had endometriosis so had laproscopy and nothing showed up (i was also loosing alot of weight felt tired n weak all the time) had blood test as they thought i was anemic but i wasnt,fell pregnant and hospital discharged me (i was an outpatient) after the birth still lots of pain and now i am bleeding in urine,have trouble sleeping and bad backache,cant sleep on front as my left side of stomach hurts.
doctor gave me a smear test but came back normal
can anyone please help,as now my doctors dont want to know anymore
please help

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  • hi,thanx for message but i really doubt ive got lyme disease,and computers and other eletrical items dont make me worse so dont think i got the other thing you mentioned,i have read the lyme disease articles and i know i havnt got it,but thanx for trying to help
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