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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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In order for you to be properly diagnosed, you would need to see a medical provider for an examination and, possibly, some imaging studies...
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Hi Bright red means fresh blood, this means you have a problem, get to your doctor or gyno ASAP, if not an ERHope this helps.Good Luck
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Hi I would get back to were this was done, you may have blood vessel either open or its been tired off during the simple op. But get back ASAP.Good...
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Hi Anybody with blood in there stool or urine should go see your doctor ASAP, its important that you do that.Good Luck
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Hi Well if you have passed you next period, then do a HPT or get to your doctor and have a test done there, its the only way for you to go to clear...
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I can't examine you to determine the extent of your umbilical hernia, so surgery may only be cosmetic. It is really up to you to get it...
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Not very likely. Umbilical hernias -- at least the small ones -- are usually asymptomatic.  Eight weeks of nausea is not likely related to an...
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I have had the same problems. I recommend going to the doctor and recommending a hormone blood test. It turned out that my pelvic pain was from an...
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I have PCOS and when I would ovulate (I'm on Depo Provera to stop that process until I'm ready to conceive), I would feel a sharp pain on my...
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