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I am experiencing abnormal vaginal discharge (quality: itchiness) , vaginal tenderness, bladder pain, vaginal irritation, pelvic pain, cramping pelvi?
Hormonal Suppression: If these symptoms are always happening during ovulation (mid-cycle), it may be worth considering hormonal control and the prevention of ovulation using oral contraceptive/birth control pills continuously (skipping periods and only using active pills). Bloating tends to occur from the release of Progesterone that occurs when you ovulate. ...Read more
I am experiencing frequent urination, missed or late menstrual period, spotting, bleeding after intercourse, cramping pelvic pain, stomach cramps, stomach upset, bloating or abdominal fullness, feeling of unfinished defecation, side pain, breast pain (qu
Need to see dr: With the many complaints you are having, a visit to a doctor or at the very least full consult here is necessary to answer your concerns. ...Read more
Not sure related...: ...With the limited information provided, but you sound concerned and appropriately you should be, regardless of your age (you didn't provide us that information). Get a good examination with appropriate testing for differential diagnosis, reassurance (hopefully), and/or treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am experiencing cramping pelvic pain, bloating or abdominal fullness and low back pain. Had period April 08?
5 weeks pregnant suddenly I am experiencing lower abdominal pain pelvic pain, swollen abdomen, abnormal vaginal bleeding (heavy)?
Abdominal bloating abdominal ache vaginal discharge lower back ache nausea constipation irrigated periods sore breasts for 2mths?
Vaginal cramping and lower right pelvic pain also vaginal discharge with no odor after urinating?
Infection: See ur md for possible pelvic infection. ...Read more
See a Provider: These can be signs of premature labor. See a Provider now if it does not go away. ...Read more
Change your diet and: Fluids. Eat a high fiber diet between 20-25 grams per day, regular meal times and drink 80-100 oz of caffeine free alcohol free fluids daily. If you exercise and should add 20 oz per 30 minutes of strenuous exercise. Some meds contribute to constipation so take the meds with full glass of fluid instead of a sip in addition to the above recommended fluids. ...Read more
2 missed periods neg hpt dizziness back pain light cramping mild pain in abdomen and rectum. Really bad gas pains and bloating. Ectopic pregnancy?
See below: This problem can only be solved by seeing your doctor and being evaluated face-to-face. After a thorough examination, your doctor should be able to tell you what's wrong and what to do about it. ...Read more
Sometimes yes: You can develop cramping at the beginning of a normal menstrual cycle; most women know what this feels like. Pelvic pain may be a sign of something more severe: possibly an infection, or even something dangerous like an ectopic pregnancy. If you are having severe pelvic pain, you should see your doctor, particularly if you are having fever or bleeding with the pain. Don't wait! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Infection may: be the cause. See your doctor.Get a more detailed answer ›
Many things: Semen contains a chemical inflammatory hormone called prostaglandin. This makes some women cramp after intercourse. You can decrease the cramping by taking Ibuprofen (a prostaglandin inhibitor) prior to intercourse. There are many other things can cause this type of cramping. An infection, endometriosis, pelvic floor prolapse... to name a few. If it is persistent, see your Ob/Gyn. ...Read more
Yes: Yes it is possible for these symptoms to be caused by fibroids. ...Read more
I have severe constant lower right pelvic cramping i started birth control 3 weeks ago but its getting worse i have an appt in july what should i do?
Getting worse?: If the pain is getting severe then you will need to be seen sooner. My first concern is pregnancy, especially a tubal pregnancy or a miscarriage. Another possibility is that an ovarian cyst has formed. Those tend to resolve with time. Another possibility is appendicitis. That is usually associated with nausea and vomiting. Check a pregnancy test for sure. If pain getting worse then go to ER ...Read more
Diagnosed w/ IC as child (pelvic cramping & glomerations seen on cystoscopy. DSMO IC diet helped ALOTx 20 yrs. New uro MD doubts IC , Doesn't know what I have. What? is this common?
Yes it is: Many urologists erroneously believe that ic does not occur in children, it does. Treatment worked for 20 years, so even if you didn't have ic, which you probably did, need not be changed. Unless you are one of the lucky people in whom ic resolves. Suggest you check www.Ichelp.Org official ic assoc. Web site. Also best to be followed by a urologist with interest and expertise in ic. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Is pelvic cramping normal during pregnancy? I often cramp after walking for 5 minutes and I am 29 weeks along
Cramping pregnancy: Some cramping can be normal but you need to be careful. Common causes of cramping at 29 weeks include dehydration and bladder infection. So be sure you're drinking enough water so the urine is light yellow. Talk to your OB about your symptoms and be checked for a bladder infection. Preterm delivery can be dangerous so your OB needs to be involved. ...Read more
What could cause intense pelvic cramping and pain in lower back and thighs after sex? Lasts about 20 minutes, no relation to cycle or contraception?
Contractions: This can be due to intense uterine contractions with intercourse. If it is different now you might have an inflammatory process (?infection) in the lining of the uterus. However, if this happens only sporadically it should be nothing to worry about. The uterus always contracts with sex, sometimes more intensely. Allergies to sperm/semen would give you longer lasting symptoms. ...Read more
Hello I've recently had a Mirena (levonorgestrel) coil fitted and this week I've been getting awful pelvic cramp spasms and a lot of brown thick blood , is this normal?
Pelvic pain : There are many potential causes of pelvic pain. In order to diagnose it properly, we would need to see the results of the tests that have already been done and decide where to go next. If you sign up for healthTap Concierge, we would be able to look at the results of the tests and help you. Let us know. ...Read more
Sudden urges to pee and then it drips out. Pelvic cramping. No burning while peeing. Possible UTI?
Pain when bowel move across a particular area + pelvic cramp and deep rectal pain upon pushing DURING period. cause of concern?
Whilst having pap smear gyny said cervix looks little inflammed, bled easily when touched.On day 1 after smear and have lower pelvic cramping.Reason?
Probably unrelated: Your symptoms are probably not related to the PAP or the inflammation of cervix. However, it needs to be determined why the cervix is inflamed as the same process may be active in the pelvis and that could result in cramps. If you symptoms have not gone away, it would be prudent to consult your doctor who examined you. ...Read more
Ended my period 7/1. I have been feeling cramps the last couple days (external pelvic, cramp/numbness). Can I be pregnant? Is cramp an early symptom?
Peeing a lot, sharp stabbing pain in my lower back, pelvic cramping but doesn't hurt to pee what could be causing this?
Hcg level is 1.2,, ive had a expired implant in for a month..finally got it removed..experencing pelvic cramping can i be pregnant?
Depends: The HCG level suggest that you are not pregnant. But it depends on the timing of intercourse. Conception, as defined by the generation of a fertilized ovum, occurs within day or so of the sex. However, it takes about 3 weeks for the embryo to make enough HCG to produce a positive pregnancy test. Blood test may be done a day after a missed period. Home pregnancy tests should be done 4-5 days after the missed period. If the result is negative repeat the test in 4-5 days. Use first morning urine and follow instructions for the test carefully. If you do not wish to be pregnant, use contraception all the time, every time. You may consider implanted contraceptive, or IUD. Practice safe sex, if you have sex. ...Read more
I'm 65, had uterus and one ovary removed 12 years ago. In the last 6 months pelvic cramping has increased and occasional spotting. ?
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