I have had stomach pain alot in the mornings, and it's usually localized to my upper left abdomen. And also after sex I have alot of stomach almost like gas pains on the left side of the stomach with palpable blood from the vaginal area, mostly if I push up when I wipe or it's light pink on the toilet paper. I am quite scared of it being cancer or something bad as I have worked myself up by doing research, I also found a site where some women are allergic to the (proteins) in the semen which would cause stomach pain, light bleeding and so on. I also developed singular pain in my left breast. it's not a throbbing or burning pain, almost as though it's a dull ache...AGH!!!! I am totally freaked out by all this...What if it's something bad??????????? I had a uterine ablation almost 3 years ago, could this be the culprit??
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