Conditions with symptom: 'constant blinking'
hi I am a 15 year old girl and I have been diagnosed with endometriosis and my pain is constant not just when I have a period. my cousin who is roughly the same age as me also suffers with constant pain and has also been diagnosed with it, but our consultant is saying that you shouldn't get constant pain with endometriosis so I was wondering if you actually can get constant pain as we have read it on a number of websites and another consultant has told us so. do any of you get pain constant?
hey i am 24 and i was diagnosed with endometriosis when i was 22 and i get constant pain all the time not just when i bleed so yes you can get constant pain.
hi im 14 and im always blinking alot and very hard. when i do i twitch my fingers at the same time and i sometimes roll my eyes. also i tense up my muscles in my stomach alot. is this a tic?? please help
Hi I have constant gnawing in the middle of my stomach and Drs dont know what it is and my lipase are always high has any else suffered from this and been told what it is??Pls help this never goes away and It's to the point where I Can't eat I'm too full and bloated.. the drs say pancreatitis did a scan and said no thats not it, but I have a nodule in my stomach but that wouldn't cause the pain the Drs said, been to emergency a few times and they dont know, I am so scared, I have a colonoscopy and laprascop scheduled for Aug and not sure how to deal with this constant gnawing pain, none of the usual meds help like omeprazole,tramadol,dilaudid, I feel like I am going crazy from the constant pain Pls help Someone I am so scared something is really wrong I have been like this since Sept constant and before this bout it was off and on for 2 years and now it just doesn't let up. I am a 46 yr old female
I also forgot to mention constant diarrhea, nausea and vomiting off and on, and some blood in diarrhea somtimes and vomiting blood periodically.. this is Darlene
I have a constant whooshing sound in my left ear. its not painful in any way although it is sometimes itchy inside. i have had the wax washed out but when i went to my gp to have another look, the wax had built up again, this was in the space of 3 weeks. HELP!! ive had this constant pulsing in my ear for 5 months now
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For the past 2 years I have had constant discharge brown in colour, it looks like dead blood and some times a creamy consistency. I also have a constant fishy odor. I have seen my GP but they keep sending me away with no answers. Please can someone help me?
If Your vaginal discharge is brown and has a fishy odor, you may have an infection so make sure you go to the doctor do they can recommend you with any helpful advice
hello, iv'e been having constant discharge since i was 8 years old (i'm now 13), i even cant where a pair of under-where without a panti liner other wise it looks like i have wet myself.It has a constant smell which annoys me a lot, This problem is making me unsecured and shy. I have been to a Doctor and asked for help but they said there is nothing they can do, do you have any suggestions on what i could do? Thank you.
i have exactly the same problem! anyone help?x
I dont know what you can do but you should definitly go see another doctor. Sometimes they dont take us kids seriously but if it makes you uncomfortable you could try a teen health clinic..?
I dont know what to do. i am suffering with constant diarheoa constant severe stomache pains..... but at the same time i am pregnant i am very anxious about this harming my baby. as i take a lot of tablets to stop the runs ? what do i do ?
I'm 21 and I have been bleeding with the cycle lasting at least 1month and at most 4/5 months solid. This has caused me a lot of discomfort and through using pads on a daily basis is causing thrush on a regular badis. Upon visiting the doctors I have been dismissed numerous times saying that it is spotting and not a concern although one doctor mentioned that my sympotoms highlighted towards endometriosis with me being in constant pain and sharp pains overriding the constant pain the constant bleeding daily migraines and nausea. I was wondering if these symptoms are related to anyone else and or if there is anything you would suggest to control this for me? These problems have been with me since I was roughly 14 but are worsening as I am getting older. I thank any suggestions
Hi I was diagnosed with endometriosis at the age of 13-14, my mother took me to see a private consultant as I was in so much pain I simply could not wait to be seen on NHS. I couldn't take part in any sports in school and would bleed heavy for weeks sometimes months. A laparoscapy confirmed endrimetriosis. I was put on various different contraceptive pills I couldn't take them, they made me sick and often forgot to take them. I am now 34 and I am pleased to say the days of suffering serious pain with my endrimetriosis are long gone, about 2 years after the birth of my son who is now 15 I decided to try depo-provera (pill injection). I have not looked back, I don't have periods anymore and no pain I can do normal things and am making the most of it! I would highly recommend you trying this you sound so much like myself, I remember how horrible them times were, I thought I'd share my experience with you.
For 3 years now been treated at hospital for constant infections, (just get treated, 2-3 days later infection returns) have tried varying strengths of antibiotics, had scans and also been treated for interstitial cystitis but that gave me more infections. Been for both flexible and rigid cystoscopy and no signs of tumors or leisions in bladder. One kidney has scar tissue due to constant uti's since i was around 12 ( am 33 now) been told problem is bladder not emptying properly so next step is to try self-catheterisation but first have to get mri scan done to check for any other damage? Now been waiting almost 6 months on appointment and still having constant infections! Also always seem to have colds and catch every bug thats going! Wasn't like this before, is there anyone else with same/similar problems?
Mary have a look at the reply 2/5/13 by Maria, maybe of some comfort or help. Also are you been treated by a G.P. (general practioner doctor or a specialist, Urologist). As for catching all coughs and every bug, your immune system may be down, via stress, this who situation you are in. Stress causes our physical bodies as much havoc/prob. as the mind. Try to stay above it all, and continue to sought quality advice from the professionals. They are like any tradespeople they are all different some better than others.Wish I could assist you more. Stay focused stay strong..
I have a 10 year old daughter who has a enlarged labia on one side. She has alot of discomfort, she has had a few infections, and than there is the constant tugging of the wedgie feeling. I think of the embarasment she is going to get from kids her age seeing her constantly tugging on her underwear. I remind her not to do that and to try and just ignore the problem, but she said she cannot help it, it is very irritationg to her. Any suggestions on what to do for her. I would really like to get surgery done for, just for the fact of the constant feeling of something bugging her.
I am 50, just reading all these posts. My secret labia problem now seems much relieved. Very early in my life since I was 12 years old I used to roll up tissue paper and put in my knickers to act as a cushion. Ever since panty liners were invented I use these to ease the discomfort. Perhaps this would help your daughter? This is such a real problem, I always thought I was deformed.
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