Oh my gosh right now I am sitting at work and very uncomfortable, I have been to my GYN for this pain and she says its nothing just the regular cramps, it cant be because I am 36 years old and had my first period since I was 11 years old all of a sudden when I turned 36 thats when it began to get really bad; I cant sit, stand, walk, poop, pass gas. it all hurts so bad I cant even breath. the pain is in my pelvic area, in my lower back, in my rectum, I just feel so miserable. I beleive we all should have a laparoscopy to find out if its "endo". This can not be normal at all. It's not normal so im going to go for further tests, first I will find a new GYN until I get answers I CAN NOT LIVE LIKE THIS any longer.Good luck ladies! It's your body get the answers you need. you dont have to suffer, I've had ENOUGH.View Thread
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