I really need some kind of answer or potential explanation for what is going on with me.
Ive had very regular, albeit unusually painful, periods since i started way back when i was 11 years old. Never once have i spotted mid cycle or really any time that wasnt my menstruation, not even during pregnancy 4 years ago.
Two weeks ago, my period started and it quickly became the worst cramping i have ever felt in my life. I went to the ER as soon as i started to pass out from the pain. They did a pelvic exam and found no infections. They sent me home with pain meds and it got better after aday. It was HORRIBLE. Worse than childbirth.
Now, two weeks later into my 35 day cycle, i went to the bathroom and saw the regular mucousy midcycle disharge upon wiping, but it was light brown. Soon after, i got a sudden stabbing pain in the area of what i assume to be my left ovary. It got worse with time to the point where i couldnt move or talk. Any movement would make it worse and i felt a fullness in that area. Hours later, it pretty much subsided. This was last night.
Today, i still had the brown tinged discharge but also, just now, discharge with streaks of red along with pelvic pain and nausea.
I feel ill in general, perhaps from thr stress and trauma of the pain.
Im just really freaked out because i have never spotted. My ovulation has always been totally painless and symptomless save for the egg white like discharge around that time.
Anyone know what this could be? Thank you so much.View Thread
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