I am really worried. I've already done a PAP Smear test and talked to my Gyencologist. I am waiting for my results. My doctor told me that the symptoms seems normal however, I've never experience such things in the past and I am really concerned. I did some google research and I realized that I got some symptoms that can lead to some sord of cancer that women can have. I just hope that someone can tell me they are experiencing the same thing as I am and if so, how did any of you deal with it. It's like you know something is wrong with your body and you have no clue what's going on. It is really scary for me and I cannot take my mind off it.
I am still a virgin which I know it's hard to believe at my age. I am 23 years old. There's no way I can get any STDs. I asked my gyno and she told me that it shouldn't be any infection eitheir. There's no way I can get HPV. She also doubts that there's something going to show up on my pap smear test. But then, I feel pain at times
Symptoms1: Constant bloating! I bloat before period which is normal however, I bloat right after when my period ended. The bloating stops only when 1-2 days after when my period started and then it feels full again. Whenever I bloat, I don't feel like eating/ I loose appetite but I still force myself to eat.
Symptoms2: Bowel Movement Changed: I need to poop more than often. I poop once a day when it's usually between 2-3 days. Also, I need to poop right after when I eat for the first meal of the day. I do have to admit that my eating habit changed because of my sleeping hours has been messed up. I don't know because of that my body couldn't get use to it. Whenever I poop, I have to pee right after as well. Also, I have to poop when my period is here. I told my doctor about it she said it's a comman issue within women.
Symptoms 3: I somtimes get strikes of blood in the clear white discharge. I told my doctor but since it's not like a sudden bleeding like you're having another period, this can also be normal.
Symptoms 4: Sometimes my labia at the outter rim of the vaginal area.... the nerves seems to twitch or I feel a sudden striking feeling. It's not pain.... it's a dull feeling and sometimes I can feel that it's heated.
Symptoms 5: I get constant back pain that comes and go. I thought it was period related however, not neccessary! I can get back pain after when my period is over. Therefore, It could be not related. Sometimes, the pain goes down to my thighs and also to the muscle on my butt. My family physician did tell me that I have a bad back and my bed is one of the reason why it's causing this issue. It does makes sense because whenever I wakeup, the backpain gets worst and later on the day, it gets better.
Symptoms 5: I get abdominal pain as well. It's not severe it's just a very minor type of pain. Sometimes, it's not the abdominal that feels weird, it's above the abdominal and since it's sometimes bloated, if I press it, I want to vomit.
Luckily, I do get regular periods and it's always on time. Had anyone experienced something similar?
In addition to this, I did ultrasound for my ovaries and they turned out to be fine. However, they did discover stones in my kidney/ a piece of fat in my kidney. I went back to do another ultrasound and it was gone! I don't know if there was really a stone and the second time they did it was mistaken.
Help here! I am really concerned for my own well-being at this moment. But I know, it could be because my bad back is because of posture and everything above can be normal because of my living style.
Hey! It turned out that my results were totally fine and normal. I did ultrasound and she only found small fibroids! My gyno also said that if you see blood in discharge when you are not on your period, and it's strikes, it means your hormone levels are changing. It's totally normal. And if you're getting strikes of blood in your discharge lasting 4-5 days after when your period end, is also normal. The twitching and all that shouldn't be anything, could be just nerves. She told me not think about it, it does go away. So I guess try not to think about it! And also, period pain or menstrual pain can happen before or after period. A week before and a week after period. The constant backpain, it's not really constant it's just that it can happen before or after period. I thought at it should only be before but then my doctor said it can happen around before and after! Once again, the body pain can be because before and after menstrual. Also, bowel movement does seem to change during period and it's still normal!
I was really scared however, since my pap test turned our normal and plus I did ultrasound for all my organs and turned out normal, the doctor told me to not worry and stop thinking about it really shouldn't be worrying.
I told my doctor that this never happen before! And she said body changes all the time and you don't know when. It's like the weather. Therefore, that's why the menstrual period pain changed. When I think about it it's true. I used to get soreness around my vaginal area when my period comes and it usually tags along with the cramps. Now, the soreness/aches seems to spread a week before the period and when my period is here, I don't feel it anymore! Just remember if it's something thats one week before period and one week after period, it could still be normal period pain. My doctor said i'm already lucky, some girls has pain all around.
To make sure, I suggest you to get a pap test and to also do ultrasound for everything and especially the ovaries! Stay Positive!!! I'm pretty sure it shouldn't be anything severe! Take Care! Drink more water!