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Carly
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hi, I've been diagnosed with uterus didelphys for 7 years now and something (even more) unusual is happening. I normally get horrific pains accompanying my period. However, I got my period two weeks ago today and for some reason my cramps came back a week ago and have not let me live a day without pain. I am on prescription strength ibuprofen and the ER gave me percuset (spelling?) when they checked to see if I have a cyst the other day which I don't. The ultrasound yielded nothing. Also I am on oral birth control so I am not releasing eggs, which I hear can cause discomfort. Has anyone else had this happen. The ibuprofen isn't doing anything and the percuset is making me sick to my stomach. 

Has anyone else had something similar happen? They also checked my appendix that day and that was fine too since the pain was mostly located in my lower right area. But today it's all over my back and my front like I'm getting my period all over again. 

July 27, 2015 at 11:36 PM Flag Quote & Reply

Laurie
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Hm? Have you been checked for endometriosis or fibroids? If you're going to the ER and on prescription pain medication, you should probably be seeing a specialist and having specific testing done. I'm sorry you're in so much pain, I hope your doctors can give you some answers.

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"Hope is a waking dream"

July 28, 2015 at 11:14 AM Flag Quote & Reply

Carly
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They just keep giving me different pain meds. Which I don't like. I'm going to start looking for specialists throughout all of Colorado instead of just in my area. I live in a very rural area where they don't see this like, ever.
July 30, 2015 at 5:38 PM Flag Quote & Reply

Laurie
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I found this article online, it may not be near your area, but I would suggest getting in touch w/some of these doctors and asking them if they know of anyone in your area that could help you. Definitely worth a phone call! You have to be your own advocate sometimes if you're not getting any answers or results. Treating the pain is not going to help the underlying issue...I hope you find someone that helps...here's some info. 

http://www.9news.com/story/life/moms/2014/05/23/high-risk-pregnancy-stories/9505275/

 

MEDICAL RESOURCES:

 

Colorado Center for Reproductive Medicine

 

www.colocrm.com

 

303-788-8300

 

University of Colorado Hospital

 

www.uch.edu/conditions/pregnancy/high-risk-pregnancy

 

720-848-0000


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"Hope is a waking dream"

July 30, 2015 at 10:29 PM Flag Quote & Reply

Mikki
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I had similar problems also... I was told even though technically it is ONE" system divided into two... Your body could begin to think it separate.. Example the left ovary is ovulating and the lining begins to fill... causing cramps.. Its possible since its two weeks later that they opposite side is beginning its ovulation process? However, I would try to find an OB who specializes in dydelphys type conditions and get direct advice from someone who knows what they are talking about. Rather than someone who thinks its cool you have a unique system.

August 12, 2015 at 8:57 PM Flag Quote & Reply

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