What is causing these symptoms?

by Randa

My story starts around 6 years ago. I was having a very hard time getting pregnant so I went in for a procedure a year later for the doctor to look around. They found a lot of scar tissue with no explanation of what it was from and partially blocked fallopian tubes.

About a year after that still no pregnancy. So next was the removal of my fallopian tubes and IVF. In 2009 I had a successful IVF and again in 2012. I had to have a c-section both times due to the inability to dilate.

Anyway, I have suffered with haemorrhoids, constipation, diarrhoea, etc. All of that was resolved for some time and that brings me to about 7 weeks ago. I had severe constipation with soft stools (if that makes sense) on and off for a couple of weeks.

My last two menstrual cycles have been 10 days early and there seems to be some blood left inside??? Also, I have had a yeast infection and a UTI in the past 2 months. All very strange. About two weeks ago I started with shooting rectal pain, back pain, swollen belly, depression, frequent urination, pelvic discomfort, buttock and leg discomfort.

This all just seems to be getting worse. I am making a doc appointment soon for my GYN. I did make an appointment for a Gastro doc and he didn't see any rectal issues. Oh, and did I mention gas pains and I have been freezing? Any thoughts on this would be great.

I am starting to wonder about the scar tissue I had removed 5 years ago. My GYN at the time said it was not endometriosis but what was it? Any thoughts would be great! Also, I am 36 years old with good health, I think.

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Re: Your story about possibe endometriosis
by: Carolyn

Hi Randa,

With your symptoms I highly recommend you get blood tests done to check your thyroid levels.

Hypothyroidism is VERY common with endometriosis, and the symptoms include feeling really cold, having constipation as well gynea issues.

Take care

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