I am a 22 year old female. Why does the area, which I believe is my ovaries, hurt when I stretch? The pain would be in both the left and right side. When I sit down for a long time or when I defecate, it hurts a lot in the area. During my periods, why do my legs go numb? Every month around the time, I experience leg numbness, back pain, pain in the butt area, and pain my stomach. I understand the stomach pain, but why do I have pain in other areas? When all this pain starts, I get panicked, as I do not know what to do. I try sitting down for a few seconds, which helps but then, my back pain starts. I try to walk, but the pain is not relieved.
I start feeling sick and throw up. I start getting suicidal thoughts, and I just want to put myself out of this misery. When I take two painkillers for the pain, I end up sleeping the entire day and get up only to use the restroom. I do not eat, and I would end up going days without eating until I feel better. So, I just want to know what is the cause of this. This will help me explain my physician to help me better. I feel like this would affect me trying to go to work. I am trying to find a job, but I feel that if I take so many days off for the pain, my boss will fire me.
I was thinking of getting a partial hysterectomy to stop it maybe, so I will have to deal with the pains, and I can stay on the job. But I am not sure if my insurance will cover it. Do you have any suggestions? Sorry for the long query, I just really need help. The last physician I had could not help me in the way that I needed help, so I stopped going to her. I need more of professional help.
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From the history you have given, it sounds like something is affecting the neuromuscular area on both sides at the pelvic or may I say the deep groin area.
Hope I have been of help to you, do write back. All the best.
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