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Mystery pain

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • December 29, 2009
  • 01:11 AM

For the past year I have been suffering from an ongoing and increasing pain. I get severe pelvic pain, sometimes that feels like pressure. It feels almost like my bladder is burning inside of me and sometimes like there is tonnes of pressure on it. I get an extreme burning sensation when urinating and there is sometimes mucus like pieces in it that are painful. It is painful to my pelvis to urinate. Sometimes I have to go 10-20 times a day and others once. Recently I have gotten bad incontinence, sometimes urgency and other times I will just be walking and my bladder will leak. Intercourse is also very painful. I have been checked numerous times for UTI's and all have been negative, have been checked for STI's all negative. I have had 2 pelvic ultrasounds and one renal ultrasound both clear. I have had a cystoscopy, a colonoscopy and am booked for a laproscopy. I am very young and nobody seems to be able to help me. I have tried many many different medications and nothing has helped. has anyone else had something like that, or can anyone help me out a little?

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  • I am having all of the same symptoms except for the incontinence but i feel like that may be increasing along with the burning sensation i am supposed to be goin in for a laproscopy im only 17 and my ultrasound was normal they are possibly thinking endomitriosis im not sure if you have heard of it but the symptoms are pelvic pain, paid during intercourse, lower back main and more also i have a retroverted uterus meaning its tilted and that causes the similar symptoms but they would know that usually in a regular exam. hope that helps.
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