Hello all... I'm new to the board and new to having women issues as well and am hoping for some suggestions on where to go next. For a while I have had a pain on my left side bikini line. It is always in the same spot. The dr did feel a little lump there and decided to do an ultrasound. There was nothing that showed up on the ultrasound except I have a very tilted uterus. I really notice the pain if I have a full stomach or bladder so he decided he wanted to do a ct scan and make sure there was nothing wrong with my digestive system, again nothing came up. he did mention endo and the lacrospcy. I've always had painful periods. I've also noticed that there has been a pain in my lower left side of my back.. I'm thinking of getting a second opinion before I decide about surgery. Has anyone had the same pain and it be anythign else?View Thread
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