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Pain below my belly button above my pants line in the front

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  • Posted By: Angela Nichole
  • September 28, 2009
  • 05:40 PM

I am a female age 23
Height 5'2"
Weight 180
I have had my gall bladder removed when I was 16 I've had acid reflux, gastritis, IBS, stomach ulcers, I do not digest food well my bowl movements normally come 3 days in a row then I don't go again for 4 or more days.

My current problem:
I have pain in the front at the pants line in the middle possibly between my ovaries. In the last few weeks I have been overly exhausted, I don't feel as if I'm fully awake. My vision sometimes is blurred. I get headaches on my left side near my eye. I sometimes feel as if I have a knot in my throat and I throw up. I have been diagnosed with Bacterial Vaginosis and have taken medication for it but it never goes completely away. They changed my birth control pills about 2 months ago and many of these symptoms seemed to come about after that time.

I have been to see a general practitioner he said that I my birth control pills needed to be changed again and sent me to a gynecologist she said that Bacterial vaginosis would go away by itself that the body has natural antibodies that would take care of it and that the pain at my pants line was probably bladder related and that she would send have me sent to a bladder doctor.

The problem is that I do not have insurance and I have told each of these doctors this and while I want to get better I make near minim wage and can not afford all these doctor bills.

Can anyone give me some clue what might be wrong with me or point me in the right direction. If it requires me to take at home tests or something this would be preferable to hundreds of dollars that the doctors visits are costing me to have them just pass me on to some other specialist.

Thank You


Nicky

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