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Mild pelvic pain and very frequent urination... What could it be?


The past week I have been getting lower back pain and mild pelvic pressure that comes and goes but as of this morning, I have been peeing and peeing and peeing. I drank maybe 2 bottles of water and pee'd like 10 times and I just went 10 minutes ago and feel like I have to go again! And yes, I know go to a doctor, I have no insurance, I am waiting on paper work. I never had this frequent urination ever or this pelvic pain. it feels very strange. My pee is clear and does not smell, no blood either. I am late. I guess I am asking.. Could this be caused by pregnancy? At most I would be 5 weeks.

 
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Christen Roberts Comer (BigSerious) says

4 years ago
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    Christen Roberts Comer (BigSerious) 4 years ago

    Also, how late are you? I have been up to 7 days late and not pregnant. Change in diet, birth control, or exercise can affect your cycle also.


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Susan Zutautas (Just Ask Susan) says

4 years ago
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    ii3rittles 4 years ago

    I am late, however. I don't have stinky urine or dark urine. I am going to have my husband get a few tests and some cranberry juice. I had UTI's in the past but I know what they feel like and its not this!

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Sophie (zsobig) says

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Stephanie Payne Denne (Neinahpets) says

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    ii3rittles 3 years ago

    10 months later, I found out it was just my nerves. lol I just got married 2 months before that & started having sex so I think I shocked my body & my mind. It ended up going away & hasn't happened since!


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    conradofontanilla 3 years ago

    ii3rittles,

    Several months have passed. I am interested to know if you are pregnant. I know of an OB GYN who was afflicted with endometriosis herself. She couldn't cure herself with drugs, she took noni juice as I recommended and got cured.


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Catherine Tally (cat on a soapbox) says

4 years ago
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    Imanihope 4 years ago

    That's true what you're referring to is called "nidation"( forgive me I misspelled) it is the cramping that occurs after conception at the time of implantation frequently it's accompanied by a small amount of blood that can look like a short period.

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Kayle Villegas says

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    conradofontanilla 3 years ago

    ii3rittles,

    If it is not too much to ask, I am interested to know what made you take raspberry and maca root. Or who among those who commented influenced you the most.? Or your own decision?It's not that I want me mentioned; I just want the truth. Ty

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JThomp42 says

4 years ago
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    ii3rittles 4 years ago

    I'm in a cookie. lol I am normally not regular, but I am late. My husband and I just got married so we started having sex a month ago and he changed condom brands once which may cause an infection so I really don't know if its bacteria or baby!


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Ana Maria Orantes (erorantes) says

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    conradofontanilla 4 years ago

    by MS I meant PMS. Hormone-like thromboxane and prostacylcin (eicosanoids) have to do with it . Thromboxane makes the cervix light, prostacyclin dilates cervix. Noni juice helps open cervix. Open Internet and you find several brands of noni juice.

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    Imanihope 4 years ago

    Not sure I understand, my hub is more complete


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