So this morning i had sex with my boyfriend, and i started having these really bad abdominal cramps. So i stopped him, and it got worse. it lasted almost 2 hours. i was also having a problem going to the restroom, it felt like i had really bad pressure, i guess i could say rectal pain, and it also hurt really bad to urinate. I went to the emergency room and all they wanted to do was take blood samples. So i left because i wasnt getting the help i wanted. i also sat in there for more than one hour in pain and they did nothing. so like i said i left. i want to say its happend atleast 5 times in the past 2 and half years. i really want answers to what is wrong with me. if anybody could help me with this, i dont know what else to do. i would appreciate it a lot!View Thread
Ya that could be the case. now that im asking people about it such as my boyfriends mom, she says shes has gotten that before to. but it just hurts so bad. i thought i was the only one who gets this, and i thought maybe there could be something terribly wrong with my body. and i pray thats not the case.View Thread
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