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Thread: Need Help - sorry might be TMI

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    Emm Guest

    Default Need Help - sorry might be TMI

    Long story - will try and make it short.

    I recently had a pap test come back with minor cell changes, which I am in the middle of getting fixed. Went to see a gyno last week. I have a small patch of cells that may have to be lasered off. I am currently waiting for the results of the biopsy (?) to come back to see what we do next.
    For about 2 months now I have also had really weird cramps in my lower abdomen. I also feel like I have to go to the toilet all the time, only small amounts come out most times. If I don't go it causes my back to get painful throbs. I had a UTI test done for this but it came back that this wasn't the problem. The gyno said the weeing has nothing to do with the cell change problem.
    I want to know, seeing that the gyno was down 'there' the other week, he would have picked up that I was pregnant wouldn't he?

    Also last night I got really bad pains in one spot on my right hand side on the top of my hip. This morning it changed to my left side. I am on day 13 of my cycle. I thought this might be ovulation pains, but am now confussed because it switched sides.
    Any ideas what this might be?



    Thanks for reading this far, and for any advice/clues you can give me.

    (this is my second month off the pill from being on it for approx 5 yrs)

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    *TamaraP* Guest

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    I am just wondering if it my be an ectopic pregnancy (girls, tell me if I am wrong... )
    Your Gyno, unless he did an internal u/s I don't think could tell that much if you were pregnant...

    I am sorry I can be of no more help, but I am sending you all my well wishes that everything works out for the best.

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    Sal Guest

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    Hi Emm, your descrption of needing to go, going in small amounts else getting back pain really describes a UTI but one that is hitting up into your kidneys. I have had many UTIs and I had reflux of my ureters (urine was flowing backwards up into my kidneys) so when I got UTIs I also got bad pain in my back, which is kidney pain. I think you should see a doc and get tested for a UTI (again), as one that gets into the kidneys is quite serious. Even though I had an operation to fix the reflux, I still find that even not having a UTI means that if I need to go to the loo but hold off I can get bad back pains...I am sure that it is urine flowing back into my kidneys making them sore.

    Hope I haven't scared you!

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    Emm Guest

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    Thanks girls, (you haven't scared me I just want to fix the problem)

    I forgot to tell you that all of these symptoms are making BD very painful So it's not happening much atm.

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