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Hi, I have a small fibroid and my uterus measures 14 weeks. My bladder isn't emptying fully. I have lower back pain, is this due to my problems?

Uncertain. Correlation needs to be made with symptoms, physical exam and if needed, imaging. A uterine mass would have to be large enough to exert pressure on the lumbosacral nerve plexus, as it courses through the pelvis, to cause back pain. Read more...

Finding small amounts of sediment in urine, no blood/odor. Dipped myself which shows mod wbc. Horrible lower back pain (endometriosis). Any thoughts?

See answer. In the absence of noticeable increased urinary frequency, urgency, burning, bladder pressure, a UTI is much less likely. Sediment in urine often related to the ph of urine, whereas the presence of wbcs in the voided urine of a female more often representative of vaginal contamination than infection. A urine culture would rule out uti. I suspect your lower back pain is not urinary tract related. Read more...
Could be UTI. I think it definitely could be a urinary tract infection but that should be checked out. Urinary sediment is certainly not normal which could signal other malfunctions going on and not just an infectious process. I recommend getting a urine sample looked at and possibly cultured, depending on what your doctor would like. Would get the sediment looked at microscopically. Read more...

I have ic and endometriosis I have been dealing with severe pelvic pain and also lower back pain I need to find some help on what's going on with me i?

Fertility Specialist. Likely a fertility specialist is the best person to coordinate the care, assuming a urology for the ic is involved as well. The endometriosis usually trumps the ic in terms of treatment. Read more...
Hang in there. Pelvic pain can be tough to treat/manage. Both of these can be the culprit but its important to confirm the diagnos(es) and make sure treatments are targeting both. Also physical therapy can be helpful. Ultimately, the answer is complicated and you should speak to a doctor that you trust. Read more...