ok, I had sever pain in my right side just underneath my rib cage about a year ago, i couldnt move at all without hurting, i went to the emergency room several times but nobody really seemed to help, just sent me off with pain meds, the pain consisted for about two weeks, until it hit an all time high, as i stood up to leave class one day, i felt something pop loose and then a very sudden stabbing pain, the pain was so bad i felt tears coming out of my eyes but it was absolutely involuntary. The day after i was fine, no more pain, but it seems like it started a whole new problem, i have this terrible pain in my abdomen, i get bloated and it hurts to urinate, like i have a bladder infection all the time, but i dont. i cant wear tight fitting cloths (jeans for instance) and i have alot of trouble staying active or i will start to feel the pain, i'm not completely positive but i'm thinking i am having trouble getting pregnant, and my cycles seem to be just a tad jumbled. The ONLY thing that helps when i have this pain is heat, a heat pack, most pain meds, and AZO's do not help. Does anyone know if these two instances are related, or what i should do about these issues?
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