I am 45 years of age, healthy. About 6 months ago I noticed sudden period pain and bright red bleeding at period time. Up to then very little pain or bleeding as have coil. Breasts tender and in last few months constant bloating, dragging sensation pelvis, feel like I.can feel my ovaries and full of gas. Numbness in hands in morning, pain in right thigh, insomnia. Going for pelvic ultrasound in ten days. Concerned.
With the symptoms of pain, pressure and bleeding you will need a thorough evaluation. Also you may consider removing the coil. An internal examination and an ultrasound scan will help find out the problem. There can be local issues like cervical erosion, polyps or endometrial hyperplasia or ovarian cysts etc. Consult your Doctor.
Hope this helps.
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