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Pelvic Cramps No Period
Severe bloating, passing large brown clots week before period, terrible abdominal/pelvic pain and SOB. What could this be?
Pelvic cramps before period & worse afterwards, pain radiating down my thighs, had period feb4 again feb26 & now march 27, neg pregnant test, what's wrong?
I have been trying to conceive, for the last week I have been having pelvic cramps, next period is the 22nd. Is it too early to take a preg. Test?
TMI sorry... im having frequent bowel movements... cramps. Pelvic pain delayed period. .. negative pregnancy test... what's wrong with me?
See a doctor: You seem to have several problems going on. I advise you to see a primary care doctor for initial evaluation. Then he or she may refer you to see a specialist as needed. ...Read more
How long after implantation should I test? 2 days late, cramps/r pelvic pain, no period, but still negative test. Maybe implantation? Ovulated 4/8.
Getting period cramps & pelvic pain but my period just ended a week ago. 3 neg hpt. Light spotting, unusual period from past 3 months, could I b preg?
I have Serious pelvic cramps lower back pains Missed period for a week nowno pregnancy symptom, urine pregnancy test negative. What could be wrong?
Diarrhea aftr each meal, loss of appetite, nausea, slight pelvic cramps, had short period 2wks ago, faint, fatigue. Been 2wk. What could this be?
Are you pregnant?: A pregnancy test may be the first place to start. If that is negative, a more in-depth history and physical will be necessary, including blood work to check your blood counts, your electrolytes, and possibly a thyroid study. You may also have a form of gastroenteritis, which is inflammation or infection of the stomach and intestines. Hope you feel better! ...Read more
I'm 18. It's 6 days before my expected period and I've been experiencing lower pelvic/ vaginal cramps, similar to period cramps. Ovulation cramps? Or?
Premenstrual cramps: These are not ovulatory cramps -too late in your cycle for that and that is usually more a sharp pain, not crampy. This is more likely premenstrual cramping, as the lining of the uterus prepares to shed. Much more common. Also need to consider STI's anytime you are having pelvic discomfort if you are sexually active. If so and pain/cramps worsen or persist, need to get in to see your doctor. ...Read more
Low pelvic pain for 4 days that is constant. Seems different than pre-menstrual cramp pain. Period is expected in 4 days. Cause for concern?
Probably not: You might be experiencing this discomfort from an ovarian cyst. This may sound scary, but an ovarian cyst is perfectly normal. You have one each month when you ovulate. On occasion, these cysts will be a bit larger and give you pain. These cysts almost always resolve on their own within a few weeks to a month. ...Read more
I'm 16 and I've had my period before but hasn't come back for 6 months and I have some pelvic pain and cramps. Still a virgin?
Oligomenorrhea: Its not uncommon for young women to either bleed more than expect or less than expected. It may take a few years before your periods regulate. However, since its been six months and you are having cramping you may want a gynecolgist to put you on provera (medroxyprogesterone) to bring your period back on so you don't end up with extremely heavy and/or prolonged period. ...Read more
I am having some pelvic pain and it's not cramps or on my period. It hurts really bad sitting or standing feels like someone is squeezing something?
Internal itching in middle of low pelvic region and down right thigh, led to intermittent pelvic pain in center like menst cramps but period last week?
Endometiosis cause pelvic pain, pain with hard stools, change in stools, constant period-like cramps?
Yes: Endometriosis involving the recto-vaginal area certainly can cause those symptoms. A careful examination by your gyn should be able to determine if this problem is present. Fortunately minimally invasive surgery can cure the problem in most cases. Make sure your gyn is an expert in laparoscopic procedures of this type so you can avoid a large abdominal incision. ...Read more
I have had pelvic pain (cramping, bloating, heavy feeling, light pain occasional) for last 3 weeks. I got my period 13 days ago and it finished 9 days ago. This is not period cramps. What could it be?
Several things: Pelvic pain, cramping, bloating, and heaviness can be symptoms of gastrointestinal problems, pelvic infections, ovarian cysts, bladder problems, and even musculoskeletal problems. To know for sure requires a full history, exam, and appropriate testing by your PCP, GYN, or an urgent care clinic. Hope this helps some. ...Read more
Had unprotected sex 8/29, got period 9/2, began experiencing mild pelvic cramps, brown discharge 9/27. Is pregnancy likely?
Check pg test.: If you have not had sex since 8/29, do a home pg test to know for sure. Follow the instructions exactly. Be sure the kit has not expired. If you have not been in a long term (1 year) mutually monogamous relationship with negative testing for stds for both of you, get checked for sexually transmitted diseases, which can cause pain and/or discharge. ...Read more
Low pelvic pain/pressure, dull ache unless bearing down (bm) then it's really sharp and radiates up into lower abdomen. Day 4 of period. Not cramps.
Intense pelvic cramps when try to pee in the mornings (not UTI), mild cramps during day. 30yo, ttc for a yr, had cyst in July. Should get period in wk?
Need More Info: It will be beneficial for you to do a telephone consult. You will get a more comprehensive answer. Anyway, if your cyst resolved without surgery, it may be good idea to get a laparoscopy. You may have endometriosis. Simultaneously, you can get a cystoscopy to look for interstitial cystitis in the bladder that can also cause pelvic cramps. Endometriosis and Interstitial Cystitis can coexist. ...Read more
My period is a couple days late and I have been having pelvic cramps and a thick white smell less discharge for a while! Am I pregnant?
At time of due period, light red and brown blood with gooey clear discharge. Lighter cramps then usual, more urination and uncomfortable pelvic pain.
Pelvic pain: With the lighter period and especially with the pelvic pain, a md visit is essential to the diagnosis. ...Read more