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Lower abdominal pain, problems with period, vaginal bleeding, had HPV. What is going on?

Hello my name is brittany I m 19 years old and I ve been having problems with my menstrual cycle for about 2 months now. My last cycle was January 2nd, 2013. I ve recently went to the clinic because I ve been having pains in my lower abdomen when using the releasing urination or bowels. The doctor I d seen took some tests and x-rays. There was nothing seriously wrong and I wasn t pregnant. But I did find out that I was backed up with bowels and constipated. I don t know if that has to do with my cycle not showing up or what but I m starting to get worried I ve never missed more than one cycle in a period of 2 months. And last July, it hasn t even been a whole year yet, but my primary care provider did a pelvic exam on me and a week later told me I had the STI called HPV . On February 27th, 2013 I experienced vaginal bleeding I thought was my cycle but only lasted for no more than 4 hours. This to me was abnormal I usually stay on my cycle for about 4 days and come on about every 29 to 30 days but I am used to my cycle being irregular, however I just know that I stay on for a total of 4 days. Needless to say I m nervous about this all I try to set appointments for my OBGYN but always get a date for a month from now. I just want answers now. I don t want anything to be seriously wrong that might affect my future of having children
Asked On : Fri, 15 Mar 2013
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Sexual Diseases Specialist 's  Response
This is usualy muscles weekness ...please keep an eye on your diet..and please if you are involve in any kind of sexual activity please stop this for few months..drinking alcohal also may cuse low blood cells count nothing do anything special just improve your diet and please visit any urologist
Answered: Thu, 18 Jul 2013
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