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Reoccurring left lower pain

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • July 16, 2009
  • 10:14 AM

I am a 25 year old female--married--no chance of STD's. 3 weeks ago I started getting cramping that felt similar to period cramps in the left side of my pelvic area. A few days later it was affecting my bladder so I went to urgent care. They said I had an UTI and gave me antibiotics. When I finished taking them I got extreme pain that would radiate from my left hip area down to my groin and my bladder still didn't feel right either. I saw a family doctor and they thought possible kidney stones. More antibiotics and pain pills. I had a CT scan which came up negative. About 3 days later I had the same extreme pain but it didn't radiate as much, more so just centered in the left pelvic area but I started having pain around my kidney area. I was sent to a urologist and I have hematuria but other than that she thinks its a gyn problem (my urine culture came back negative). She gave me a shot of antibiotics just in case of kidney infection they couldn't find. I started my period this past weekend and was okay until tonight I am getting the same pain--it seems to be right behind my pubic bone/ clitoris area and again it is making me feel an urge to urinate. Any ideas on what this could be? I am NEVER sick and having this for 3 weeks now is really bringing me down!

Also I have had really bad periods, about 2 hours after I notice the first blood I am in sever pain for about 2 hours. Cramping like crazy, nausea, diarrhea, and then I have large clots--but after the 2 hours I am fine. I've also been having some cervical pain in the mornings when I urinate or during sex. Have an appointment with the gyno just can't seem to find any symptoms like this online.

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