I have severe pain in right groin area. Heavy ache and vaginal bleeding. Pain has gone away 2 times which happened when I bled heavy only for about 10 min. Have seen every Doctor, am going to get hysterectomy in a week. Such horrible pain. Please help if anyone has had this. No appetite either. Thank you...
Thank you.. I am wondering if I pulled muscle could do this...I now am not bleeding but my pain in leg is soo bad I am crying. Its in the groin area and what if hysterectomy doesnt do it. I am watching me deterioriate as I type. I am so upset.You would have thought something would have come up on all the tests I have taken/ Xray, sonogram, MRI. Cat Scan, also every Dr. involved....6 of them. I dont know if hysterectomy can cause this kind of groin pain. Feels like a rubber band. Thank you
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