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Too many symptoms and issues I have no idea what is wrong with me

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • September 11, 2014
  • 07:56 AM

Pain areas:
Persistant 'period like' pain for 2 weeks after pap smear.
Persistant severe lower back pain towards right side and centre of my back for a few months now, that radiates into my thighs and right foot.
Indigestion for no reason at any time of day.
Chest pain on my right that sometimes radiates under arm.
Problems and pain with bowel movements ever since my first baby (ive had 3 in the last 4 years)
I never feel 'finished' after a movement and sometimes there is blood after straining. Doing a poo has never been the same since having kids.
Pain almost all the time with intercourse. My vagina entrance is different since having babies. The opening is covered by internal body tissue. It never used to be like that it used to just be a normal 'hole'.
Recently had my period for 4 months straight. Only stopped 3 weeks ago then had a pap smear now im just in pain ever since.(period like pain as stated above)
most days I feel extremely exhausted and no energy.
Seriously someone just shoot me and put me out of my misery, lol

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  • Go to a different gynecologist! You need a gynecologist who will treat you. It sounds very likely that you are anemic. Your doctor can do blood work to find out if you are anemic. In the meantime I recommend eating foods high in iron or taking a daily iron supplement. Hope you feel better soon!
    Hopeful4000 1 Replies
    • September 14, 2014
    • 04:31 AM
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  • I will take a stab at it. Had very bad clotting on period that went on for 2 weeks a few years ago. OB/GYN wanted to do a hysterectomy due to family history of ovarian cancer. You may have a fibroid tumor. I know i had them. Quick solutions: change what you are eating (go paleo), take blackstrap molasses (1 tablespoon a day, but nasty stuff!), rub abdomen with castor oil and heat pack for relief, soak body in epsom salt (mag) as often as you can, take a magnesium supplement for pain.
    Anonymous 1 Replies
    • September 17, 2014
    • 08:02 PM
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