I have seen many doctors since 2000. I have been diagnosed with MS, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Chron's Desease, Lupus, and much more I can't remember. However, it turns out I don't have any of these. The problem is in the vagina/pelvic floor. So my latest diagbosis is Bladder Dysfunction, Small Fiber Neuropathy, and Autonomic Neuropathy. I did have the Autonomic testing done in June 2009 and a Bladder Suspension in Nov 2009. These diagnosis came from a Neurologist that I only saw once when I had the test done. However, I was never told until yeserday when I saw my primary doctor. He told me to go back to the Neurologist and start taking Neurontin until I can see the Neurologist. All of my symptoms are in the vagina and hard to describe. Sometimes burning, tugging, pulling or something is in there that wants to com out. If I lie down all symptoms go away. I spend my day laying on the couch watching TV. I can't wait to go to bed and hate to get up. I cannot stand or sit for any lenght of time. This particular problim has been going on for three years. I have no life. The Neurontin seems to help somewhat. I just started taking it yesterday. Is there any help for me because I cannot go on like this. Please help.
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