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What conditions mimic intersititial cystitis pain

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  • Posted By: cozynana
  • December 2, 2009
  • 02:22 AM

I have had bladder/pelvic pain since last Jan. I have had many tests including a bladder scope. I do have trigonitis, but told I do not have IC. My bowels don't work, I have tremors, and pain when I eat certian foods. They align with the IC forbidden foods. The pain in my bladder/vagina/pelvic area is a burning, hurting, shock sensation pain. It stays for awhile after I eat something with seasonings, any minute amount of acidity, or the wrong fruits. I also can have extreme pain after a bowel movement in the vaginal area. I have periods of feeling OK and then the tremors starts. The tremors and pain sometimes bring on anxiety. All of this started after my last full female period. I know I am going through the last stages of perimenopause. Could this be causing all of my problems?

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  • hi have you had look into Endometriosis ??http://www.medicinenet.com/endometriosis/page2.htm
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    • December 4, 2009
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