I deal with horrid pelvic pain all the time and sleeping can be pretty impossible when it really gets going. One of my favorite tricks is to use a rice pack (heated up) to fall asleep with since heating pads can be dangorous. Another good trick is to trick camomile and lavender tea or if you can find it Cramp Bark. These all have anti-inflammatory properties and help to soothe the pain.
As for pelvic pain, what types of tests? I have been through more then I care to admit while we were searching fro the original cause of my issues. I have done laproscopies, MRI's, IVP, colonoscopies, bladder tests and many many more.
I ended up having to have a hysterectomy at 25 and they found I had a really bad case of adenomyosis (endometriosis that grows between the muscle strands of the uterus) as well as endometrisis everywhere else. We were very hopeful that the surgery would rid me of most of my issues but then my cat decided that I needed trip down the stairs and my life of chronic pain (pelvic, my neck is another story) started.
Hysterectomy at 25 : 4 laproscopic surgeries since 24
Cervical Stenosis between C 2 and C6 and two bulging disks located C2/3 and C4/5
Meds - Embeda 20mg 2x : Nucynta 50mg every 6hrs as needed day :Amrix 15mg 1x day: Pristiq 50mg 1x day
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