I have been experiencing extremely heavy period with excruciating pain in my back near my pelvic area as well as my ovary area on the left side. I am weak and can barely walk from the severity of the pain. I have been into an OBGYN before and my uterus walls were extremely thick, and I was placed on a contraceptive that would shed the walls of my uterus, I had my period for three and a half months. Now I have been experiencing these symptoms for roughly two years and they have gradually gotten worse. I feel as though I constantly need to urinate, but nothing really comes out, I bleed heavily for several days, I cramp, I have sharp shooting pains, and I am extremely weak. Can you help me figure out what is wrong?
I just finished reading your comments. This doesn't sound like an ovarian
cyst to me based on the symptoms you've described. I would suggest
reposting your comments on the endometriosis forum. I was just reading
up on Endometriosis. Your symptoms sound a lot like this condition.
I wish you well. Eve
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