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    I am 29 yrs old and have been dealing with pelvic pain for 3 years so bad I cant even work or take care of my kids! I have already had one ovary out ( as a hope it would work) and now the pain has spread everywhere through my pelvic. I have had every test known to man and all they come out with are small cists one one ovary (the only one left) and a slightly enlarged uterus...I am tired...I think most people think I am a hypo! I am going to see a specialist soon and I would appreciate advice. I think I will trow up if I have to take one more narcotic!!!! I had a cousin who was allergic to the fluid released during ovulation....has anyone ever heard of this?

  • Have you been tested for pelvic congestion at all?
    Also, I'm undergoing therapy for pelvic pain that I've had for over 25 years. My pelvic muscles have remembered pain even though I've eliminated all the causes. My pain right now is all muscular.......


    • Absolutely. Incorporate a competent phyiscial therapist that works with myofascial release. You wouldn't believe the referred pain that chronically tight muscles can cause.


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