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Vaginal discomfort/ bleeding while not on period

I have had 3 pelvic exams that reported everything was normal with my cervix/ std test + a pelvic ultra sound (internal and external) and still no answers :(

Symptoms:
•Bleeding - spotting sometimes heavily in between periods. Usually occurs during/ after sex but recently has happened after even 2-3 days of not having sex.
•General vaginal discomfort. Hard to describe feeling almost a pressure that feels like a UTI but is not a UTI.
•right now I have the pain while I am on my period but want to say it happens at other stages of my cycle as well
•the pain gets in the way of life and I am so sick of it
• I have recently started having cystic breasts that go away on period.

Any suggestions are appreciated
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Also, noticed that had no paid while I was not exceeding. Pain began after exceeding. Unsure if related.
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134578 tn?1614729226
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Your last post is a little cryptic, did you mean you noticed you had no pain (not paid) when something happened? But what is meant by when not exceeding?
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Sorry, pain and exercising. Typing too fast.

I have been reading into prolapse... I had my daughter 6 years ago and issues started one year ago. Don’t know if that might be it. Not sure what looks “normal” and I’ve also had exams by 3 doctors, I don’t know if they would have detected that.
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134578 tn?1614729226
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Why not ask your doctor to order you an abdominal MRI? They're the gold standard for finding out what is wrong in the uterus, if anything is.
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Thank you.
Also, if you have had three doctors who are unconcerned that you are bleeding between periods, you've had three pretty indifferent doctors. At least you deserve a diagnosis. (Fibroid? Asherman's? Prolapse?) Something is going on, or you wouldn't be bleeding mid-cycle.
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