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Pelvic Bone Pain

Pelvic Bone Pain

Anyone get really sharp pains in the Pelvic bone region, been really bad today - takes my breath away!

A MyFibroTeam Member said:

Sorry to hear that yours was related to other problems,
I had a hysterectomy over 20 years ago for ovarian cancer
I have no womb or ovaries and have been tested with ultrasound nothing has shown up but I do have a prity bad vain at the top of my left leg which I believe could contribute to the pain on times,
But please get any pain checked out don't go by what others have or have had
We're all individuals sharing our conditions and experience not diagnosing
Hope you get some results soon.

posted about 3 years ago
A MyFibroTeam Member said:

Mine turned out to be pelvic inflammatory infection and the other time was a huge cyst on my left ovary. It's not always Fibro. The difference was that the pain was constant and wasn't going away. Maybe this is not related in the least but I hope it helps. Gentle hugs and God bless

posted about 3 years ago
A MyFibroTeam Member said:

Don't be sorry for the moan! Don't listen to people when they say we hide behind medication. Most of us couldn't even function without that medcation including me.

posted about 3 years ago
A MyFibroTeam Member said:

Yes I suffer with this but it's rightside. It's kills me to turn over in bed at night and to sit for to long or when I'm moving I can get it. Fortunately when it started years ago I was working in a gynae dept . Saw one of my work colleagues and she ran tests and diagnosed it as ligament pain and pain from the pelvic girdle which is a muscular band from what I was told. She mentioned at the time she thought I might have Fibro as I was having other problems.Took another 4 years and a new GP who referred me to a rheumatologist to finally gave a definite diagnoses of fybro. Big hugs as I know how painful it can be x

posted about 3 years ago
A MyFibroTeam Member said:

I have major pain in my pelvic area..my Gastrologist did a ct scan and found bilateral sacroiilitis which is from the major joint from the pelvic bone to the spine. It's a different form of arthritis. Hope you find ease because it doesn't go anywhere...lifelong unfortunately. Hugs

posted about 3 years ago
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