I’m not sure what the deal is with bladder pain during my ovulation cycle. It’s not that I’m uncomfortable with my period, but my bladder is just a little more of a hassle. At least it’s not painful, which makes it easier to do stuff like pee.
The annoying part is that it’s not painful, but I don’t want to do anything that might make it worse. The symptoms are different for every person and it can be more or less severe for some. I have been experiencing this issue for about a month now and have been trying to figure out what’s going on. My last period started about a month and a half ago, and it was like my bladder was trying to kick my period out of my body.
It’s not just because the pain is bothersome, but because there is a tiny hole in my bladder that seems to bleed when I have a lot of pee. This happens regardless of how much pee I’ve already had. My doctor sent me for a speculum and I was told to wait a week and see what happens. I did and the bleeding stopped.
It’s possible that your bladder could be holding on to your period blood. It could be that there is a blood clot in your bladder, which is caused by a blood clot in your kidney, or there might be a cyst. Both can cause severe pain, so consult your doctor.
Bleeding during your period is nothing new, but this is the first time I have ever had a doctor try to diagnose problems during a period. I had my first period in the late 80’s, and my second in the early 2000s. Having recently had my third, my doctor and nurse explained to me that if I had bled on my second and third periods, it was because my kidney had started to leak on me.
This is just one of many cases of women experiencing painful periods. So far there have been about 2.7 million women who have experienced this, but I’m not sure there are statistics available online. Because my doctor and nurse have told me, I’m not really sure if I’m having a problem. I do know that if I bleed during my period of discomfort, I should call my doctor immediately.
I have been doing this for over 10 years. I have several times had to take an enema to get my uterus to release, and I have a small bowel obstruction and I have had several operations. I have never had a period where I was bleeding. So far, Im not having a problem, but I would like to have a doctor or nurse to talk to.
After many many years of hormone replacement therapy, I’m no longer menstruating, but I’m not sure how that is related to my bladder problem. For you ladies out there with periods, you may be able to get a doctor to prescribe a pill or a patch that stimulates your menstrual flow. It shouldn’t be a big deal for anyone with a good doctor who knows what they’re doing.
As you can probably imagine, that’s not the most fun story to hear. In fact, it’s not the story I wanted to hear because it isn’t really the story I want to hear. It’s the story that doesn’t make much sense, and I’m sure most women would prefer to hear the actual reason for it.
Well first, I assume you know how to use a tampon, so there is no point in telling us how much your period is because you’ll probably not be able to use it.