i have had the same pain since i start working out really seriously in middle school playing soccer and running xc every day, but then i got out of high school and didn't work out as much as i did and now they have gotten so bad that I can't run for more than 5 min. or my pain is so bad that I have to stop and go to the bathroom (#2). I have a sister that has the same problem but she can run a little longer than I can and then she has to stop and go to the bathroom (#2). It's almost like your body is telling you it can't go on any more you have to give me a brake. :( I am trying to see if i eat really healthy if that helps at all. Some symtops i would have would be throwing up and trying to go to the bathroom (#2) at the same time, but all i could do is throw up to releive the pain. Stopping helped some(i would have to hunch over and move my shorts off my belly to help the pain), but i couldn't keep running or i felt like passing out becasue of the pain. So now i am trying to get back in shape for my job, i can't beacuse the pain is stoping me from moving on. Some people say they have pain only some of the time when running i have the pain all the time when i run, but now it's any time when i work out i just can't do it any more. I'm very upset that i can workout like i use to. ;( and i did take birth control but it stopped working after 2 years of useing it. So i have nothing no that helps ;(.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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