Last August I had a miscarriage, about a week later I started having intense shooting pain going up through my chest to my right shoulder. I was told it was retrograde bleeding. This July I had surgery to remove a lot of endo. I then got pregnant but had another miscarriage last weekend. I was around 6-7 weeks pregnant both times. I have had a lot of shooting pain going to my shoulder since then and am still having light bleeding. I am not too concerned about the pain because looking around it seems to be related to the endo and retrograde bleeding. My OBGYN doesn't know a lot about retrograde bleeding or this situation so I am thinking about switching.
Does anyone have any experience with symptoms like I have experienced? I also experience the shooting pain a few times when I was on my period.
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