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peore I try to find anything online, the more confusinglvic? vaginal? pain

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • April 21, 2011
  • 03:26 PM

I just woke up and I could barely walk. I have been having this extreme pain that is deep in the vaginal area. I was saying pelvic pain to the doctor, and she had me get an xray. It came back pelvic arthritis. But this morning when I woke up, I turned to my left side, which I never do, and the pain was unbearable. Now I can barely walk. I have no idea what this could be, and the more I look online for answers, the more confused I get. The only way to describe this is to say toward the 'front' of the vaginal area, deep inside, and then the pain also goes down my left leg everytime I walk. Except right now I can't walk due to the pain. Has anyone ever had anything like this? Can anyone suggest anything for me in the line of what this could possibly be? I feel I should go to the emergency room, but I live alone and I'm too scared to call anyone for help. I guess I'm afraid too of what it might be. I have an appointment with the pain specialist today, I have all kinds of back problems, and I'm praying I can stick it out until then, 2 and 1/2 hour wait. Please! If anyone can help me with some idea of what this might be I would really appreciate it. (by the way, I have not had sex in years, so it's not from sex!) I'm sorry if I am mumbling the pain is a ten right now. Thank you.

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