I have been experiencing this pains for the past 9 months, shortly after my marriage. before the pain used to happen during my menstruation or ovulation but it is now virtually everyday. I have gone for Ultrasound scan last year but the doctor said the is nor problem with pelvic and womb, yet the pains persist. I have even go for pregnancy test with negative result,What can I do?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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