I am experiencing severe pelvic cramping (9 on a scale of 1 to 10). I was wondering what I could do to help alleviate the pain. I was diagnosed with endometriosis on March 30th during a laparoscopy. It was treated during the procedure. I have taken two extra strength Tylenol and a bath, but that doesn't seem to be helping much.
I don't have any answers for you and am sorry for your pain. I just posted about pelvic pain as it started recently and comes on and off and feels like a sharp stabbing pain sometimes when I'm walking, as well as, when I'm standing still.Did you experience any of this? I haven't had any testing done yet.
I was given an bimanual exam and they didn't find anything. I was then given an external ultrasound and a transvaginal ultrasound. During the transvaginal ultrasound is when they found my cysts. The endometriosis wasn't suspected or found until during my surgery to remove my cysts. They associated all my symptoms to the cysts and not to another condition.
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