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By Anonymous July 21, 2015 - 12:10am
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I have been trying to have a baby now for awhile and it hasnt happened but i think am having implantation problems.I think so because i have gone for several tests and scan i nothing has been specifically wrong,i ovulate,my period is regular at every 28 days but ususally what i experience is that at the 3rd day after my peak period my lower tommy get so hot,really hot that i always have to place ice block for a long time on my lower tommy and after that i see a milky whitish discharge.

pls any one experiencing this help me with inform on what to do and how to get this over with.
i also told my doctor about this too but he said he has no specific thing to do that we will continue to try different thing.

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Hello Anonymous,

Welcome to EmpowHER and thank you for reaching out to us with your concerns.

Exactly how long have you and your partner been trying to conceive?

Infertility is defined as not being able to get pregnant despite having frequent, unprotected sex for at least a year for most people.

Anonymous, this heat that you experience on the third day of your period, do you feel heat internally like a burning sensation? Do you experience this every month? When did it start?
Do you feel it at any other time? How long does it last?

The next time you see your physician ask about pelvic congestion syndrome. It is a long shot but I found information that might suggest this is what you are suffering with.

From the Johns Hopkins Medicine website:

“A typical patient I treat is a woman who has gone from physician to physician looking for solutions as she suffers a long, long time,” says Kelvin Hong, M.D., a Johns Hopkins interventional radiologist specializing in pelvic congestion syndrome.

Pelvic congestion syndrome is one of several conditions that leave women with pain that is hard to explain.

Pelvic Congestion Syndrome
Symptoms: A dull and aching pain that lingers in your lower abdomen and lower back.

“There also can be a burning sensation or feeling of fullness in the pelvis that worsens with standing and gets progressively worse throughout the day,” Hong says. “The feeling improves when a woman lies down or gets off her feet.” For many women, the pain worsens after intercourse and during menstrual periods or pregnancy.

The culprit: Like varicose veins in the legs, valves in the veins of the pelvis become weakened and don’t close properly. Instead of defying gravity and returning blood to the heart, the valves allow blood to flow backward and pool in the veins, causing pressure and bulging.


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