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giftoflife
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Hi All,
Wondering if any of you experienced heavy abnominal cramping and pain before you were diagnosed. I have been experiencing them since December..they just won't go away even with Tylenol/Percocet/muscle relaxer/Adavan. Doc told me it was depression(my son has chronic lyme)OBGYN ran ultrasound on abdomen,uterus,ovariesPAP. All OK.Gastro is running tests now. Negative nuclear CAT Scan. More tests to come. Could Symtoms be Lyme? Yes, I was bitten in October, and demamanded Doxi for 6 weeks. Any input would be appreciated. [Smile]
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I began experiencing the same thing after getting at full strenght with abx.

A few cysts and some small fibroids cam back from the battery of tests that was run, but nothing that justifies the constant and strong pelvic pain I'm still feeling.

My periods have also been quite messed up (none or several times a month) since I began treatment.

I haven't figured out whether Lyme or the abx have something to do with it. I hope I've ruled everything else out...

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I was told that the wall of my uterus was deteriorating. I think it's called adenomyosis, and is normally found in women that have had children. I haven't had children and am not a normal candidate for this.

It came up on an ultrasound. It causes heavy cramping, and irregular periods.

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