I have always had bad Periods, first days were the worst. But the last few months has gotten Horrible to where i have take a few days from classes. The symptoms I get usually starts a couple weeks before my periods. I thought at first it could be PMDD but I'm been leaning towards Endo more. I'm 28 year old female, never had sex. I am planning on going to the drs but I would like a few opinions. I just have gotten done with my period but I'm still getting some of the symptoms but not as bad.
symptoms Feeling tension Anxiety panic attacks (had to go to the ER one time) mood swings (crying, funk, not happy) Insomnia (have sometimes trouble sleeping) Sleeping more than Usual sometimes (when I don't have anything to do for the day, the other day I slept 7am to 3 pm without waking up. ) feeling overwhelmed sometimes breast tenderness or pain heart palpitations joint and muscle pain an altered view of one body bloating abdominal pain constipation (that sometimes I can hardly move or stand up strait) sometime vomit but not to often. Nausea fatigue all the time heavy periods loss of appetite( I used to able to eat a lot, but I've been getting full to early) clumsy/loose balance pelvic tense/itchy thrush on tongue Lump in throat swollen gland on neck(gone now, thought it was abscessed tooth but it wasn't) Butt hurts Hurts sometimes when I go number 2 lower back pains legs numbness mostly in the right leg
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