I've always had a fussy stomach and a couple of years ago I was diagnosed with an ovarian cyst (I think he said it was just fluid-filled). I developed bladder problems such as frequent urination and feeling like I had to go constantly, and my GYN said it was probably the cyst pressing on the bladder (since I had no UTI). I got the cyst checked regularly for a while but life got away from me and it's been a couple of years; I hadn't had any symptoms beyond what had come to be normal for me and due to various chaotic events it just sort of got pushed aside. I haven't been to a doctor in nearly two years. My periods started changing around a year ago - the cycle is the same length but the amount of bleeding has changed and it starts and stops off and on instead of bleeding steadily.
A few weeks ago I started having weird problems even for me. My stomach constantly aches and feels bloated - at one point I was in bed crying and unable to move. I had to had someone call the doctor for me and act as an intermediary because I couldn't speak without crying. I also have aching and pressure in my pelvic area and my bladder area is sore when touched. Someone bumped into that area last night and it felt like I'd been kicked. I have to pee incessantly but I'm not sure if it's more than usual. My last period ended a few days ago with dark chocolate colored discharge, which I've heard can be normal but has never happened to me.
I turned 28 last week so I know I'm a bit young for ovarian cancer but I'm still freaking out because just because I'm younger than average doesn't mean it's impossible. I'm going to call my gyn on Tuesday but could this be something else?
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