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pls help..serious woman problems

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  • Posted By: tamaraf_1
  • February 17, 2007
  • 04:14 PM

Hello, I am a 26 yr old realitivly healthy female. I have had 2 children and had my tubes tied 3 years ago. About 2 weeks ago I started to experience extremely sharp and painful lower abdominal pain and lower back pain, to the point of crying...felt like I was in labour all over again. Went to the Doctors and was givin pain meds and antibiotics and told if it gets worse to go to the hospital. The pain remained but lessened after a few days, however I also started bleeding a little less than a regualr period.. however I had just finished my normal period 2 weeks earlier. The bleeding lasted 4 days. I went back to the doctor when this occured and had blood tests, pap smear, std tests, urine, and pelvic ultrasounds both external and internally. The results showed nothing. NO cysts, no fibroids or anything. No STD's. I started bleeding again two days ago and now it is quite heavy and went back to the doctor. I have now been referred to a Gynocologist and was also given a perscription for birth control. THere is at least a 3 month wait for the specialist and now my biggest problem is that the pain is back. I would really appreciate a reply if anyone has any information, or has been though something similar, or has any advice. Thank you in advance.

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