I feel like I am going to go a little crazy. I have had a lot of symptoms for a while now, without any kind of diagnosis. I have been being followed for anemia and being checked for GI issues. Everything they run on my for GI turns up normal. Needless to say, I happen to stumble on the fact that a lot of my symptoms seem gynecological. I finally went to my GYN. She sent me for an ultrasound with transvaginal ultrasound. That was yesterday. The tech said that my doc would get my results sometime today and then they would call me to discuss the results. My last u/s was almost 2 years ago, and I am worried. I have a strong family history of breast cancer. My mother was diagnosed at the age of 52, and my sister at the age of 36. I am 37. I have bloating, distention, constipation (colonoscopy was normal), pain during sex sometimes, pelvic and lower back cramps that feel like menstrual cramps off and on all month that feel like I am going to start my period, can't eat as much before feeling full, slight urinary incontinence, fatigue that they cannot find a reason for, and what feels like gland or lymph node pain in groin, sometimes shooting down into leg to mid-thigh. In a small way, I keep thinking they will find something (not wishing for anything bad) it is just that if they find nothing at all I will be back at square one. I am so tired of feeling bad and being tired I just want to get on with the diagnosing of whatever it is and the work to make it better. The sooner they find out what is going on the better for me and for my family. Thanks for listening to me vent. I needed that.
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