Pelvic ultrasound

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I am waiting on results. In the meantime, I figured I would ask if this scenario sounds familiar to anyone. For the past 6-7 months my periods have become increasingly painful. Pelvic pain, lower abdominal pain, pain in my hip joints, groin area and upper thighs. It really feels like labor pains. And then a couple of weeks before my last period, I had a sudden sharp pain on the right side. So bad it scared me, but was quick. It happened 2 more times that day and then just ached a little and then gone. I'm thinking ovarian cyst burst? Some endometriosis possibly? Do either one of these go hand in hand with peri? Do they usually resolve after peri? I know endo doesn't usually show up on US unless it's pretty bad, but she said we had to start there. Thanks for any info.

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    Hi do you loose clots when you have a period? Xx I was diagnosed with andomeyosis, read up on the symptoms x
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    Hi again..

    i just had a pelvic ultrasound last Friday with the same symptoms and special the sharp pain on the right and horrible lower back pain that i've been getting the past few months before my period.

    My doctor said everything was normal no systs or anything ubnormal.

    He said thats all part of the change we are going through..I was so scared  but don't worry everything will be fine..I know how you feel, my periods got a bid heavier then i use to get them, some cloting but that's not the worst part the cramping is!! 

    Let us know how when you get the results back

    I will keep you in my prayerssmile 

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    Hi I got the mirea coil fitted and that helped me with heavy bleeding and its meant to help with hot flushes as well not had any problems with it.
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