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Excruciating stomach pain, pins and needles in legs, painful. On birth control. Suggest?

Hello, I have been on my period for 9 days now. Usually it lasts up to 4, but I started to take the pill and this is my first period since. I have had the most excruciating stomach pains that occur every hour or so, and my lower back is in a lot of pain. I also keep having weird pins and needles running down my upper legs, sometimes it is painful to walk. I have also had blood clotting with my period which I think might be the cause for the stomach cramps . My doctor put me on the pill to help with my period pains and for birth control also, but I have never ever experienced period pains like this before.
Asked On : Fri, 8 Feb 2013
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You might been experiencing withdrawal bleeding due to OCP's.

This might be the cause of abdominal pain.

Pain, increase in flow and passage of clots may indicate any underlying pathology like infection, uterine and ovarian tumors.

You may need a Baseline ultrasound for diagnosis.

Do consult a Gynecologist.
Answered: Thu, 4 Jul 2013
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