First of all, talk to your OB/GYN. See what they say. Then look into PolyCystic Ovarian Syndrome aka PCOS. There may be things used for PCOS that could help you.
I am sorry you have this going on. It sounds like absolute agony. Take safety measures like having someone drive you and ALWAYS having a phone or cell phone in your pocket. If you don't have a cell phone contract, ANY cell phone with a charge can call 911 - federal law. So if it holds a charge, any phone can get help for you. If you are at home, having the land line in your pocket might be a good idea as the 911 operator can get your address from the number in most areas. And if you don't have a friend with an old cell you can have to use for 911, there are pay as you go phones for $20 or under at some stores.
SAHM, kids are the light of my life
dh of 17 yrs, my sweetie
ds 16yo, great kid, Sr. in high school
dd 13yo, my reward, homeschooled
ds 8yo, amazing kid, great magician
2 furbabies - Gracie and Capn Morgan, both cats
1 featherbaby - cockatiel - Goldi the Evil
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