Hi, my name is Heather and I'm a 25 y/o woman.
Last month I was diagnosed with cervical cancer. This was detected through a colposcopy/biopsy. Since the biopsy I have had severe abdominal pain that radiates through my lower back. I have been back at the Dr. every week for the last month and a half. They cannot "feel" anything.
It has now gotten so bad that the pain makes me nauseuos. Sex hurts, I have a difficult time initiating urination and if I sit for more than 30 minutes at a time I am literally in tears. I am also bloated to the point where I look 5 months pregnant. I am 5'3 and 125 pounds- this is not normal for me! Vicodin takes the "edge" off for about 2-3 hours, but the pain is constantly there. My last Dr. appt. went horribly- I left the hospital with antibiotics for an infection that I don't have.
I am so frustrated! No one seems to be able to tell me what is going on! The pain is unbearable, and the stress is almost worse. I do have an ultra sound set up for next week, but I feel like something serious is wrong.
Has anyone had/have similar problems, or even ANY idea on what could be going on down there? Any info would be INCREDIBLY appreciated!
Thanks in advance-
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