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Over the course of a 5 month span (since july), I have felt a number of unexplained symptoms.
- nausea (mainly during the day)
- aching legs
- new acne
- pelvic pain
- back pain
- increased basal temp
- unusual amounts of vaginal discharge (clear, no smell)
- regular heavy 5-7 day period is now 1-2 days very light (doesn't fill up a pad or resemble regular menstrual blood)
The main symptoms that's been really throwing me for a loop are daily cramping from my abdomen down to my pelvic area. The cramping is sometimes on the right side sometimes the left (mainly the right). It can last anywhere from seconds to minutes. It truly feels like a mini ball is rolling in my abdomen but no lump. At first it felt like nervous flutters but have developed into what feels like popcorn popping and other times a tugging sensation. Also at times (while eating or after eating) my stomach makes this loud gurling + fluid sound when it is compressed or im laying down.
Docs have run all tests!
- Pelvic Cancer: Neg
- Ovarian Cancer: Neg
- Pap: Neg
- HCG urine + blood: Neg
- Thyroid levels: Normal
- Not lactose
- Not on birth control and havent been for over a year
Can someone point me in the direction of what this can even be ?! i wouldnt explore further if my periods weren't one day and had daily cramping!! I can't ignore it!!!
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Hi , are your vitamin D levels low ? Low vitamin D can cause low to no period , stomach issues , pains and aches . I suggest you get your levels checked as soon as you can before it may cause more symptoms to fall upon you ...
Forgot to mention , low D also causes dizziness ( mild to extreme )
thanks for the help !!!! Although i take vitmian pills daily 😦(((
Good to hear you take your vitamin to keep healthy ,however you may still not getting the vitamin D your body needs . Can i ask you want you take ?
You don't mention how old you are, could you be starting the peri-menopause? This part of menopause can start early, but as i say i don't know your age, but your symptoms are certainly are likened to peri-menopause...
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