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Pcos and pelvic pain
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mia8910 posted:
I got diagnosed with pcos last year when i was 21, i went from having no periods to havy painful ones every other month for a month long.I finally broke down and went to the emergency room one night,two blood transfusions and a pelvic ultrasound later i found out i had pcos. i had probally had it a little after i hit puberty i been to all sorts of gyno since i started menstrating because i knew something wasnt right with me so did my mom. But anyways that beside the point,well for birth control they put me on depo and i kinda like it and kinda dont i get these weird cramps or pelvic pain type deal alot sometimes its a instant pain it goes away after a few mins,and once in a while its like there is pain by or in my ovaries its hard to explain one day it hurt so bad i sat on my bathtub for an hour kinda doubled over, and my boyfriend was looking like he didnt know what to do. I did a little reasearch online i seen some women complaing about that kind of pain but as we all know the internet sometimes cant be a reliable source for information only depending on what website you go to. Whatever the case is i wonder what it is i go to my doctor every 2 to 3 months for a checkup and my shot.
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