I am 31 years old with PCOS, Hypothyroid Disorder, Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue
. Twelve days ago I started feeling more wide spread aches and pains than normal and I was running a low grade fever around 100. I immediately thought I must have had a cold or the flu, however the following day my lower right side of my back began to hurt mildly so then I thought it must be a kidney infection. The next day I was unable to walk with out assistance due to sever lower right abdominal pain and lower right back pain. Most of whom I consulted thought I must have a kidney stone. I went to the doctor the next day, still in horrid pain in both lower right abdomen and lower right side of my back and they ordered a urine test which showed a urinary tract infection. They put me on Lortabs for the pain, Cipro for the infection, and Mobic for inflamation. (Prior to these meds, I am on Levoxyl for my thyroid
, klonopins for anxiety, adderall
for my fatigue and advil for my fibromyalgia.) Two days following, my doctor had a CT done which showed my right ovary inflamed and a small cyst. Just yesterday I went to an OB doctor who said the cyst was too small to cause the pain, ordered a blood count test, did a pelvic exam, and sent me home. The blood count test came back normal. From the day that of my first symptoms I went 6 days with out a bowel movement and even with laxatives and an enema my bowel movements have been difficult (constipation and very hard stool). I get nauseated from the pain, I eat maybe once a day (usually fiber bars), I have very excessive flatulence, intermittent fevers, constant lower abdomen pain (both front and back), and extreme fatigue. I want to get this fixed, but with out medical help to figure the problem out, I don't know what to do and my doctors are unable to help. More background information: I have had 3 ovarian surgeries to remove cysts and to remove scar tissue. My falopian tubes, I have been told, are collapsed. My last ovarian surgery was in 2006 and I was told that I had very small spots of endometriosis on my uterus (nothing to worry about at the time). I had pre-cancer cells of the cervix in 2005 which only took one treatment of cryotherapy to correct. Other than the female reproductive issues (PCOS), hypothyroid disorder (which was finally leveled this year), fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, chronic sinusitis
and being over weight, most of my health has been favorable. I have never had issues with my digestive system, I have healthy blood pressure
, strong heart and lungs
, etc. With all this information, is there any thing that I can do to help my doctors correct this current issue with this awful stabbing, twisting, and pinching pain in my lower abdomen? Thanks for your help.