Hey everyone, I am new to this website but so far i think its a really good one!
I have experienced this twice now, and being a teenager, the most common thing people say to me is that it could be your period starting, however if it was, I'd know because it would've.
Anyway, the pain I've been getting, is when I wake up in the middle of the night with really uncomfortable stomach/lower abdomen pains (they don't hurt too much, but its just really uncomfortable for me to lie down or sit down). I then get the feeling to pee so I obviously go to the toilet. Afterwards, I get back in to bed and the same pain is still there. I need to go to the toilet again. So, after about fifty million trips wandering aimlessly between my bedroom and the bathroom, the uncomfortable feeling slowly reduces. It felt a lot better, but was still making me unable to sleep.
So, I watched some YouTube videos, and tried my best to take my mind of the pain, which worked a little bit, but not that much. After a while I put some if my favorite videos on and slowly fell asleep.
When I woke up, the pain had completely gone, but there was a horribly tired looking me walking about because of the lack of sleep. But little did I know that the pain was coming back for me once again. That's right, I'm back so prepare yourself for phase 2. (During the daytime).
Okay, so I went to school on the same day, and as I was sat in maths which was 3rd lesson, I got the same uncomfortable feeling. However this time I felt sick, dizzy, and I could barely sit down. I just really wanted to stand up. The thing is at this point, I didn't need to go for a pee but I just felt super uncomfortable. So I asked my maths teacher if I could go to the medical room, and he agreed. When I got there, I didn't want to sit down because I couldn't cope with the pain. I explained the situation to the nurse and she said it might be best to go to my GP. However, I went to my GP before and they just said that it was a water infection. But no. I know what a water infection is, and it is definitely not the pain I was experiencing then
But back to real time, my period still hasn't started and I'm still getting these pains slightly at some times.
I would appreciate it if someone could help me out in discovering what it is or give me some advice to maybe just ease the pain.
Thank you. Chloe.