I've hade a full hyst. about 5 1/2 yrs. ago I am 36 yrs. old and I have had slight cramping every now and then but for the last 5 days the pain has been unbearable. What could it be do I need to go to the doctor, And also every now and then I get like a muscle spasm (I think ??) in my stomach below my ribs or sometimes in my pelvic area (lower Stomach) I freaked out I had endometriosis and that's why I had the hyst. what should I do???
It could be Shingles. Some people get Shingles without the "pimples" and it hurts horribly! It is called Zoster sine Herpete.
I had only one pimple when I had Shingles. it was on my lower right side and it felt like someone was trying to tear my leg off!
Please see a doctor to determine if you can still get the anti-virus.
Wishing you the best.
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