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Vaginal/pelvic pain, leg pain, please help! =(

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  • Posted By: Flowergirl123
  • March 4, 2009
  • 10:09 AM

Not really sure exactly where to post this but here's my problem: I have pain which seems to originate from the inside of my left leg and inside my vagina, it feels like a dull, uncomfortable pain. I also have pain at the top of my left leg and the pain sometimes goes down to my toes and occasionally some tingling or sharp pain there, and occasionally I have some pain on the right side too. I have some pelvic cramp when I don't usually have cramp before my period, and some pain in my lower back.

Other info, I'm on the contraceptive pill and have been for almost 3 years, I'm 18, and had unprotected sex about 2 months ago, but I've no reason to beleive that the person I was with has anything I should be worried about. I know that's not very good grounds for basing it on.. Even then, I'm still worried I have a bad std, I tend to worry a lot and look up things on the internet that scare me in the end.:(

Two of my family members have had endometriosis and I'm scared it might be this. I can't seem to find any specific condition that match my symptoms.
Any help appreciated.:o

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  • stop self-diagosis and get to the doctor. If you don't want to see your regular doctor then get to a Planned Parenthood. There are many things it can be, including endometrosis. There is also a condition that is missed a lot of times, here is a link for you to check out:www.ictreatment.comDon't hesistate any longer to see someone though. You are stressing yourself out with a lot of things it might not be but you need to be seen by a professional. Insist to keep seeing someone until you have an answer!!!
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