Recently I'm having a lot of problems. I've had my period for 4 years now and it still isn't regular. The pain is unbearable and last 3-4 days just before and during my period. I am having to take 2 painkillers 3-4 times daily just to get through the day and even then it is still painful. Without the painkillers I feel extremely dizzy, get a fever and have passed out twice from the pain. My period sometimes lasts a week and half, then it will go and come back 2 days later for a further 3 days. Other times it will skip a month or be a couple of weeks late.
Now though I have a burning sensation when I pee. Looking at the symptoms I decided it could be Cystitus. I bought some cystitus relief packets that you mix into your drink and have had 3 daily since Friday. I have also upped my water intake as I think I got it from not drinking enough. I am going to the toilet every half an hour and feel like screaming with how painful it is just to do a wee! Then yesterday I noticed there was blood on the tissue. I am sure this wasn't from my vagina as there was nothing in my knickers, it had only come out while weeing and now it bleeds every time, often with little clumps of blood that are almost black.
Also I don't know if this at all relevant but I am developing severe stomach cramps with a lot of what I eat. I have noticed it is mostly with carbohydrates or dairy products. I also feel extremely sick and faint whenever I feel peckish. I can be fine one moment and then as soon as I start feeling a bit hungry I start feeling sick. I eat regularly, but often skip breakfast and sometimes miss dinner. As if this wasn't enough I had a dreadful cold that lasted 3 weeks in January with blocked sinuses, sore throat, fatigue, breathing problems at night etc, which finally seems to have subsided. My body just seems to be failing me!
Medication wise I have only been taking nurofen, ibuprofen or paracetomol so I don't think it's anything to do with that. I was on fluxotine but stopped last year.
If anyone has any clue at all I'd be very grateful to hear it.