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AUGGIE
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Date Joined Nov 2006
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   Posted 4/26/2008 6:01 PM (GMT -7)   
Okay, this is imbarrassing, anyone have a pap test and it hurt, like it's totally over sensitive and then your legs shake and you can't relax your muscles ? I was really surprised, I thought no big deal as I have these every year but since last year man, what a change.I felt so out of control my eyes filled with tears, I couldnt wait to get the ____ out of there!
 
 My doctor is not committing to this until she gets my old neurologist records they said before she " makes a decision " Well it's my body and come lately I don't know it very well these days ! Scarey !
 
My emotions are off the rictor scale, I'm all over the place, mostly crying, angry, adgetated and I can't hardly remember how to spell ! I wish they would just get it over with.
 
So far one lesion in frontal lobe and I know I did poorly on the sensory sematic and visual evoked, the nurses gave me enough clues and also I knew my reactions were not right. I am waiting for closure. And waiting,,,,,,
"Let Go and Let God"


uppitycats
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Date Joined Jun 2005
Total Posts : 2135
   Posted 4/27/2008 5:57 AM (GMT -7)   

How old are you?  The reason I'm asking is -- women can start menopause pretty early -- late '30's is not all that uncommon.  And often pap tests become painful as we get older, as tissues change texture and their ability to be flexible and moist, and dry inflexible tissue can hurt when it is manipulated.

Your "out-of-control" emotions could be attributed to early menopause, too -- I know when I first started, they'd cycle all over the place. Pretty embarrassing for this otherwise reserved Cat!  sad

So you might want to ask your doctor about that.

Otherwise, another thought: It could simply have been the doctor's technique that was "off", causing you pain.  Whenever I experience pain, any muscles in the area start spasming uncontrollably (definitely due to my having MS).  And certainly without having a clear diagnosis and going through the "limbo" stuff, you could simply be emotional.

 


...I am not a doctor, nor health professional, and don't pretend to be one, here.....

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