About Me: Female, 31, Newton, IA, member since Jan 2011
I am a single mom of two, who suffers constantly every month from excruciating, debilitating cramps that make me immobile literally. I have tried just about everything there is for pain, muscle relaxers, remedies, etc, so far no luck. I also experience nauseousness, ext
[More]reme fatigue where if I don't get a nap in when I am on my period I end up totally passing out... I just want to get some answers and its not easy. I have been to many different doctors, been through many tests, labs, etc, and still no answer. During my last test (internal ultrasound) I was told that my right ovary was swollen, but they werent going to worry about it even though it was extremely painful! WTH??? Where the hell do these doctors get their degrees??? Please if u have any advice, been through something similiar, suffer from much of the same things please I would like to hear from you.
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