I am a 30 year old female that has just had a laparoscopy to remove endometriosis 7 weeks ago. it all began when I began spotting then developed pain esp. on my left lower abdomen. The pain is sharp, like a cutting and stinging. I then miscarried and I still have constant pain. Originally doctors thought I had a hernia- had abdominal wall ultrasound- found nothing. Then colonoscopy- all clear. Then finallt the laparoscopy which found endo. which would explain the miscarriage. But still have the same pain that begain 6 months ago. No urinary track infection either. Periods are very painful but not too heavy but the sharp burning pain is constant. Feels like something is pushing my stomach and onto my bladder after a meal or a big glass of water. Now have also had a MRI abdomen scan and found nothing? So far doctors and specialist are puzzled. Gyno believes getting pregnant will stop pain- but what if it is something else? Please help.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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