hello, I am 23 years old and have been having problems since I gave birth to my son in 2008. they have ran testing and due to not being able to get exact results have just labeled me irritable bowel on edge of chrones.. but medication does not even phase the pain. I have stomach pains every day, bloat all diffrent hours of day i sometimes look as though i am 6 months pregnant. I also suffer with very frequent UTI'S. I feel dizzy on a daily basis, as well as suffer from pain all over my body,expecially in my lower back and constant presssure in my pelvic area. i have a constant amount of vaginal discharge and periods were normal for years, until 3 months ago they get lighter and shorter each month, and bleeding in between periods have become more frequent. all STD'S have been ruled out. another thing thtat fears me is i have had extreme fatigue over past year as well as i lost 65 pounds in a 3 month period a year and a half ago. now doctor believes i may have cancer due to recent abnormal pap smear, what is everyones thought on what this could be?View Thread
thank you for replying.. and yes i did have a vaginal birth, last August i got extremley sick.. i was having blood come out instead of urine and all my organs.. (lungs, Kidneys, Heart) where having problems) in beginning they thought blood clot.. then it went to alot of other problems i was in hospital on oxygen, and iv for a week , and there was never a foiund cause as to what actuallly happened.. so i dont know whats up with me, i just klnow i want a normal 23 year old life, and quit also feeling sick View Thread
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