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This is kind of hard to describe for me, but I’ll do my best. I’ll start off by saying for the past few weeks I’ve had abdominal heaviness/ soreness that comes and goes. It’s like a bloated feeling, but slightly more uncomfortable in my lower abdomen. Side note: I get very heavy and painful periods each month & that’s usually when I feel the most discomfort, but these feelings have been happening outside of my period time-frame which makes me wonder.
I work out pretty regularly and consistently. I try to eat a well-balanced diet and eat more veggies than meat products.
I’ve also had what feels like sharp, shooting pains in my lower abdomen/ pelvis. They come in waves. I’ll feel something for a few seconds, it’ll fade, and then it’ll come again a few seconds later before it finally goes away. Sometimes it’ll occur every few hours or every few days- it’s hard to say. It’s not an excruciating pain but it’s jsut something I notice. Occasionally, I will feel a similar “twinge” like pain in my vaginal canal. It’s a dull, random shooting pain that comes in waves.
I don’t feel these sensations all the time, however, it makes me worried it’s something of concern?
I’ve had waves of nausea, too, the past few weeks. I don’t know if the nausea is linked with these abdominal/pelvic/vaginal aches.
I’ve been having serious health anxiety lately- to the point that I’m constantly thinking about my body and what’s happening inside of it.
Anyone familiar with these random twinges of pain in these areas?
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An ultrasound scan is the best thing for you to see what is going in inside your abdomen/gaeny area...
Hi hope, Google chronic pelvic pain syndrome, it's called iliacus syndrome, a group of muscles originate round your back, through the stomach crossover your pelvis and down the inside of the leg, I suffered for years. Then learn how to stretch them. Go see your GP as someone suggested! They won't have a clue what the syndrome is, need any further help just ask. Fred.
See your doctor for advice.
i have this same thing happening on my right pelvis area. sharp painful twinges that last for a second and are gone again, but come in waves.
did you figure out what it was?
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