My wife has been feeling pelvic pains (like stabbings) for about two weeks. Plus her period is 10 days late.
We did a home pregnancy test and came negative. Yesterday, we went into emergency room to see what it could be. Pregnancy and urine tests came out negative too.
The pains are still there, on both sides of the low pelvis, plus sometimes under her belly button.
Doctors also made a CBC and apparently everything was alright. However, we noticed on the results that her white blood cells were high (14.5, whereas normal max is 10.8) and lymph were low (19.8, whereas normal min is 20.2)
I just went thru the same thing...took them 2 months to figure out what i had....i had exploritory surgery and found out i have Poly cystic ovary syndrome......look it up and see if she has more of the symptoms.....have her ask her doctor about it. i had really bad pelvic pains on my right side...no signs of cysts, or ne thing...and i skipped my period....could be a possiblity....hope that helps.
hi there im starting to think im loosing my mind im 23 years of age i have been pregnant before and im having all the symptons such as tender breast much woarst then before the time you have your period im very dizzy constant headaches frequently going to the toilet alot lower back pain i havent yet missed a period but have done two home test which showed negative and then got a blood test that also showed negative ??? i also have a merina or iud fitted so i thought i couldnt get pregnant im having sever pelvic pain like nothing ive felt before is it possible i could be pregnant agian but its just not showing up ughhh hope its not etopic ???
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