Im 22 and have had 5 pregnancy losses recently losing my twins after birth 5 montgs ago so im wondering if maybe its just hormones i dont remeber having this with my other losses. Anyways the past couple of weeks i have been having chronic pelvic pain no matter what i do it wont go away im so worried its something bad. I am ovulating right now but have been having the pain the last couple weeks now so it couldn't just be from ovulation. I finally have a doctor appt. Tommorow night for a clinic after having to wait a few weeks. They are going to check for bladder infection. Also i have been experiemcing alot of pain when me and dh have sex which never used to happen before. My periods are pretty regular but do last about a week light to medium flow. So my question is does this sound like it could be endo?
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