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Feeling pressure and fullness in uterus, frequent urinary incontinence. Bleeding from cervix. suggestion?

I have feeling of pressure & fullness in uterus, sore, aggravating right ovary, frequent urinary incontinence , anemic & on iron tab, 5 mg warfarin for simultaneous multiple DVTs & multiple bilateral pleural embolisms. Had pelvic exam 3 days ago, cervix began to bleed as Pap smear taken, painful & throbbing in uterus after exam. Antibiotic for infection of cervix but fullness & pressure in uterus is driving me crazy. I m exhausted all the time. Take folic acid, b12 shots because cant keep vitamin b in my system. Bipolar & chronic severe depression. Meds: 300mg hEffexor XR, 300mg lithium twice a day, 1mg klonopin twice a day & 20mg Saphris for sleep. 49-1/2 yrs old.
Asked On : Mon, 18 Feb 2013
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hi,cervix may bleed since you are telling u have a cevical infection plus u r on anticoagulants.fullness and pressure in the uterus seems to be due to a prolapse of the uterus as u also complain of incontinence.ask ur doctor regarding this. pain in the pelvis could also be due to pelvic vein thrombosis as u have DVT.kindly consult ur doctor.bye, take care.
Answered: Wed, 20 Feb 2013
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