Abdominal pains

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I am losing my mind I have had abdominal pains on and off for very long time nearly 4 years. I have had a scan in the past and been told my ovaries where 'too cloudy' and that was dismissed. I have at least 4 doctors appointments a week. The following diagnosis have been made and dismissed: Ibs, phycolgical, kidney stones, kidney infection, appendicitis, gass problems, pgp, period pains which I don't have due to the pill.

I had a baby 3 months ago and all through the pregnancy I had extra abdominal discomfort but I was just told it was pregnancy related. But it's still here and still painful. Can anyone help or had anyone had the same issues. I am sick of going to the doctors.

Also I had a letter today for an abdominal procedure and I'm terrified about the whole idea when I had my lil one I had regular internal checks and I felt bruised and it hurt my whole labour was traumatic and I don't think I can toughen my self for the internal although the doctors have said they will try an external.

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    Sorry an internal.
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    Also the last two weeks it's progressively got worse but the doctor doesn't seem think it's any thing problematic. I have also had a ten day antibiotic course. My pains is low down and sprouts up passed my belly button, and recently I have been feeling sick sore to bend and sore to lift my baby up.
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    Could that be a laparoscopy?if that's the case It's key hole to investigate Huni xx if your really not happy with that pester for an internal xx 5 years later I'm finally having my cysts removed from my ovaries after several conflicting gynaecologist and surgeons have ummmm'd and arrrrrr'd xx keep pestering sweet heart I hope you feel better soon xxxx
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