I have had lower abdominal pain for over a year and I don't know what i have. I have gotten an ultra sound but it came out clear. I have a normal mentrual cycle. About a year ago after I would work out i would have some spotting on my panties. I would have a brownish color or pinkish. Then after several months it started to be red. As in blood. But very little. I would have pain on my left side while running which indicated that I would start to spot. So I would have to minimize my workouts or stop. Then lately I have had to use a pad to hold the spotting because it has increased. I still have pain on my left lower abdomen side. It usually hurts when I have to go to the restroom and after. I don't know if this is a bladder problem or cervical cancer. I have had several urine infections lately as well in the past 6 months. Just on and off. I get a a little discharge as well sometimes. Can any body tell me whats goin on? Please help.
It's important to go see an Ob/Gyn to do a PAP smear to check for cervical cancer, and a pelvic exam to see if the blood is coming from the uterus. Spotting during workouts sounds more vaginal. I'd go see your OB/Gyn right away.
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