I've had one of the worst weeks with my illness this week so far! It all started on Sunday when we me and my boyfriend tried to have intercourse. Now I'm use to it always being uncomfortable and suffering with pains but it wasn't until after when I was doubled over with sharp pain as soon as we stopped sex the pain was very intense and went after an hour. Monday I felt fine and we Went to have intercourse (sorry for TMI) but as soon as he inserted the tiniest bit I knew something wasn't right and we stopped then I was hit with the worst pain I have ever experienced I got really hot and brought sick up in my mouth from the pain, that was Monday night it is not Wednesday night and the pain hasn't eased for one second since. It hurts to move walk and everything and anything else. I also came on my period today which is stupidly painful Anyway so I now have pain on top of pain. I went to the doctors very down and upset and she made it worse she said I've had a laparoscopy in march and that showed nothing so basically she can't think of a diagnosis I got home and just cried and cried I am nearly 21 and have been suffering with problems since I was 15. I've now booked a private ultrasound for Friday, I went back to the doctors today as I couldn't stand the pain and he gave me some naproxen and said to go on contraception I really don't think this pain is to do with my periods this time it's completely different it's from my navel all the at across my lower tummy,pelvis and ovaries it's such a sharp stabbing sensation and not dull cramping like my periods. I had to leave work and I am now on sickness report as I've been off 3 separate occasions in 3 months (one of these was the flu) I am completely giving up of being made to feel normal and I'm now worried as my work is going I contact my doctors and my doctors are going to tell them there is nothing there after all of my investigations. I've nEver felt so down in my whole life and I just feel like no one understands ..
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