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Hello, I would be happy to assist you.
Are there no signs of constipation either?
When your doctor does the pelvic exam and inserts two fingers vaginally while pressing on your pelvis, does this aggravate your pain?
I did have constipation, but have been on prescription fiber for several months so not anymore.
No, only on my right side, I was checked for appendicitis but didn't have that
Did you see the part i wrote where I have had a colonoscopy and endoscopy, 3 cat scans and a bunch of xrays and they can't find anything?
Yes, I did. However, something is causing your pain so I have to ask. If you do not have pain when your doctor performs the pelvic exam, then it is unlikely that your pain is from your female organs. There certainly are cases of appendiceal pain that is not the actual appendicitis that would cause the routine signs and appearance we are accustomed to. I recently performed a similar surgery for a girl who had pain for several months. Since her pelvis was normal, I had a surgeon remove her appendix. Sure enough the pathology on the appendix confirmed she had appendicitis. ...despite her normal CT scans.
So, it is definitely possible that it is your appendix. If you had scarring on the right ovary, I would remove that ovary and the appendix and hopefully that will resolve your pain.
but would i be having pain on BOTH sides and my back and buttocks and thighs if it was my appendix?
what about my hormonal changes because of menopause
You did just say above you only have pain on your right side. However, my patient did have pain all over. I thought that perhaps she only had scar tissue from a previous c-section. She had no scar tissue to remove and no longer has pain after her appendix was removed.
Menopausal hormonal changes do not cause pain. However, if you have no illnesses that would prevent hormone usage, hormone therapy would not increase your pain and can be tried.
No, you asked if I had pain "when the doctor inserted two fingers" and I do but that is above the area where I have contsnt pain which is in my pelvic area, my lower back, my buttocks and my thighs that is pretty much present all the time
Yes, you can have pain all over. Pelvic pain frequently radiates to the back and thighs. If you have pain on the right with the pelvic exam, I would recommend you ask that your appendix and right ovary be removed.
I will look into that. Thanks