Hi I'm 24yrs old and I've been dealing with I thinks its a ovarian cyst not filled or a fibroid that's 3cm and that was a year ago when I was seen by a gyn doctor and had the transvaginal ultra sound since then the pain hasn't gone away more like worser and since I moved from another state I'm seeing another gyn female doctor who doesn't feel so understanding about it and had a second opinion and said my results were fine but I'm still left puzzled to what is going on down there I'm not sexually active and I have a hard time with pap smears when I was able to get a pelvic exam the doctor said iam very tight my walls were very red I get very panicky and can't relax when it comes to this I know thiS is important to my female needs but is there any way the pain can stop with the fibroids and how can I be relax as gyn doctors say when they are putting what feels like a 4X4 through me
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