I had a hysterectomy at the age of 32. I am now 45. It was vaginal. I kept my ovaries. I have not had any problems so to speak from that. About 2 years ago I started having this weird pain. It is very hard to describe. I felt this pressure and had this pain down below. When I have this feeling I also feel I need to urinate. The pain also becomes incapacitaing when it peaks out. I have had vaginal ultasounds and mri's etc... I also had a few fancy tests done on my bladder and a major blood work up. The pain seems to be sort of between my vagina and my leg. At times I feel as if I cannot have a bowel movement. Sometimes a bowel movement helps the feeling. I have searched and searched because I wondered if it might be some sort of soft cell or soft tissue cancer. At first it would stay around for a few weeks and maybe go away. But recently (5 months) it is continual. I just know it hurts. I have not seen a dr. for this for this bout. They found nothing two years ago so I'm hesitate. But it is so uncomfortable. Please help if you can
I have the same pain between my vagina and my left leg. I have no other complaints re: urinating or bowel movements. It's just an acute stabbing pain that lasts about ten seconds every ten seconds or so for hours at a time. It comes and goes during the day or night. I'm at my wits end. My two doctors say it's nothing to worry about. Help!
ednavalley May 28. 2009
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