I'm 36 years old and I've had 3 kids. I started bleeding the end of May and have had all labs done and they came back with nothing wrong with me. I had a pap and have to wait 2 weeks to find out if it shows anything. The bleeding isn't that bad, mostly annoying because it comes and goes throughout everyday without any rhyme or reason. The problem is feeling so tired, achy, back pain sometimes, stomach pain sometimes, just nothing constant or severe, just annoying.......... I'm so afraid my friends and family think I'm crazy or making up symptoms or complaining all the time. I keep finding posts of woman that have been bleeding for years for no reason.....that has to be an awful fate to face? I guess I should just wait for the pap results and go from there but in the meantime, I feel so physically, mentally, and spiritually ILL. Anyone out there understand any of this?View Thread
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