I have a history of cervical cancer. My period has been abnormal for 3 months. The first month I had my period a week early, the second month I bled for nine days and had alot of pain, this month I bled again 3 days after I stopped bleeding from last month. I have pain in the area you would insert the tampon, my stomach hurts a little, the other day I vomited so much I could not even hold down water. I was seen in the local ER. They did a pelvic exam and said the cervex looked fine. They also ruled out any STD. (married for five years now.) My Fallopian tubes also hurt. The Er ruled out pregnancy as well. My period was always normal, it was like clockwork. I have clamps on my tubes. I am concerned because I feel very weak. I am wondering what I should do next. Who do I see? and what do I tell the physician treating me?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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