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Severe low back pain that was rapid onset. I was just diagnosed with a Prolapsed cervix. I also have ovarian cysts that one time was hemorrhagic and nearly fatal. I had an ablation 3 years ago and have recently had some vaginal bleeding. Tender abs.

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Dr. Parul Krishnamurthy
Obstetrics & Gynecology
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In brief: Several issues

Back pain could be due to back issues such as herniated discs, back strain, arthritis, etc.
Prolapsed cervix may also contribute to back pain. If you have post ablation spotting, especially if it is painful, this may also be contributing to back pain. So see your GYN, and then a back specialist as necessary

In brief: Several issues

Back pain could be due to back issues such as herniated discs, back strain, arthritis, etc.
Prolapsed cervix may also contribute to back pain. If you have post ablation spotting, especially if it is painful, this may also be contributing to back pain. So see your GYN, and then a back specialist as necessary
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