Hi! For 10 years I have had severe abdominal pain in my lower right side and my lower mid abdomen. I have had 2 diagnostic laps. They said that I have PCOS. When they did the 2nd, they also did a D&C and Hysteroscopy. They found a small polyp in my uterus which they removed. They have never been able to tell me what the pain is from. In the past year the pain has changed. I have these sharp shooting pains in my vagina and rectum. It feels like someone is sticking something really sharp up inside of me. They aren't associated with my periods. I have only had 2 in the past year (that is a whole other story). In the past 6 weeks the pain has gotten worse. When I feel like I have to urinate, I don't feel it in my lower abdomen above my pubic bone where you nromally do. I feel this discomfort and pressure in my vagina. I have a lot of pressure and pain around the bones in my pelvs. It is hurting to walk and sit. I feel really raw down there. A few years ago I had my bladder scoped and the doc said that my bladder had dropped some so I am wondering if I have a cyctocele or a urethrocele. It feels like my urethra is squished or something. I am not having any leaking or anything. I am in constant pain for about the past 6 weeks. It isn't always the sharp shooting pains, but there is always a deep, dull, pain and pressure in my vagina and pelvis. I am seeing a new gynecologist at the Cleveland Clinic on September 24. I have requested a certain one and I can't get in sooner. I am their cancellation list so I have my fingers crossed..
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