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Hi The ph of your vagina can easily be upset from having your period, engaging in sex, and experiencing hormonal fluctuations can all upset the pH...
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Hi Without knowing what your problem is, it could be to do with your hormones, as these do change as you go through your cycle.It about the only...
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Pelvic symptoms may be due to any of the following diseases and conditions: acute appendicitis, chronic appendicitis, cancer of the appendix, pelvic...
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Hi I do thing you should pass this by your doctor or gyno, and get some bloods works done as well.It would be best for you.But make sure you get the...
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Hi found this really good answer from,Yahoo.com, its about 7 years old, but covers your problem very will. There are times that we cannot visualize...
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Hi I do think that you have had an, what’s below explains it more that me. An early miscarriage is the loss of a pregnancy in the first 12 weeks...
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nerves can cause this to happen. you had better see a doctor.
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Have you checked with a spine specialist? or chiropractor
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You could be having contrations. Monitor your contrations. How long they last and how often they are coming. If you are having contrations more than...
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Gonorrhea is one of the main causes of PID (Pelvic Inflammatory Disease), and yes, this can be very painful. You need to be under the on-going care...
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It could be IBS because it is know to cause a wide range of symptoms: flatulence, belching, pain, diarrhea, constipation, mucus in stool, etc. A...
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consider yourself lucky what you described doesn't sound like a herniated disc. sharp burning pains throbbing all day and that is the best thing...
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no PID does not cause PCOS.
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If this pain is worse when driving or sitting long periods, you may have a disc in the L's  such as L-1  lumbar...
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Sounds very much like appendicitis, if it persists and gets too severe to stand, go to the hospital.
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