Please Help !!!!

since ive had my second child ive been having really bad pains 15 months later the doctor sending me to a specialist because he thinks i have em-Demetrius i have been in pain everyday for the last 15 months i just cant cope anymore the pain is that bad it legit stops me from doing what i have to do every single day please help me with some ideas that worked for you guys i have 2 kids i have to look after its making it very hard ????

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  • Hi, my daughter has had chronic pain too since having a C-section four years ago. Can you give us some more details. Where is the pain and how does it show itself? Is it a burning or stabbing sensation or more of a awful period pain type feeling.

  • Do you mean endometriosis? Look it up online and see if you have the symptoms it describes, might be good for your daughter to have a look mumthecarer. I have Endo and it sounds like the same thing you're talking about plus there's no such thing as em Demetrius. Endometriosis is genetic and can be passed down but the severity is different from person to person. It can affect you at different times when there has been a change in your womb's function so for some women its when you start puberty and for others its when they have children, especially if they were c-section or a traumatic birth. I have a blog for newbies to Endo so if you like you can both have a look, its got info about Endo, what the Endo diet is and what to avoid and some recipes, plus my experiences with Endo so maybe that will help.

    memyselfandendo.blogspot.co.uk

    Leya xxx

  • Thank you I will definitely read this. My daughter's pain is lower back and legs with stabbing, burning and dragging. They say she will always have it but it shouldn't get any worse; it's bad enough!!!!

  • Is the pain worse during periods ? the pain you describe sounds like adenomyosis to me. The pain radiates to the legs. We have recently published evidence based information about adenomyosis which has was checked by the British Medical Journal just a couple of months ago so it is bang up to date. pelvicpain.org.uk/index.php... There are similar pages about endometriosis on the website too. I recommend you look for information which has the Information Standard logo as this does. it means that the information is reliable, based on evidence, up to date etc unlike a lot of information that is out there on the web.

    Do let us know how you get on

  • find a urogynecologist or just urologist that deals specically with pelvid floor dysfunction. if your bladder is peeing everywhere you also have an overactive bladder and need to r/o interstitial cystitis. do not go crazy. get on this from te phone at ome. look up te national directory put your zip code in and you will find a doc. personally, a female wd be easier but if you cannot do that do wat you can. find out which PTs psical terapists in your area do pelvic floor work. You will get meds if i knew exactly what your symptoms were i wd help more but find a urogyn. this is gonna be all rigt it will not e overnight tough. read the diet for interstitial cystitis it is no fun but has no acid so you wont scream wit burning pee until you get to the docs office.

  • Is the pain worse during periods ? the pain you describe sounds like adenomyosis to me. The pain radiates to the legs. We have recently published evidence based information about adenomyosis which has was checked by the British Medical Journal just a couple of months ago so it is bang up to date. pelvicpain.org.uk/index... There are similar pages about endometriosis on the website too. I recommend you look for information which has the Information Standard logo as this does. it means that the information is reliable, based on evidence, up to date etc unlike a lot of information that is out there on the web.

    Do let us know how you get on

  • Once in this forum someone wrote about pain due to childbirth. The pain described was associated with hip rotation during delivery which compressed the nerves and did not returned to normal. I think there is a specific name for this problem due to childbirth.

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