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Painless cramps, squeezing pressure on uterus, vaginal cavity, uncomfortable spasms. How to stop it?

I ve been having these weird cramps , they re not particularky painful, they just feel like a squeezing pressure encasing my uterus and vaginal cavity. The pressure from this squeeze even effect my clitoris causing a very uncomfortable spasm that can tavel down my legs at time. It wakes me multiple times during the night and the spasms come almost every 15-30 seconds, so when they wake me up they re very disturbing and prevent me from fallinf back asleep. Help please, can t get to my doctor until the 11th...
Asked On : Wed, 9 Jan 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
Jan 2016
This is likely to be due some space occupying lesion (tumour) in the pelvic region. It could mostly be fibroid of considerable size. But fibroid should cause you irregulat and heavy bleeding.
The other tumour could be some ovarian tumour.
Ultrasonography will show if there is any lesion in the pelvic region or lower abdomen.
The other organs like rectum or urinary bladder also cannot be ruled out.
The other non tumourous pathology could be Prolapse of the uterus and or other reproductory organs. However, they get relieved in lying down position.
There is no point is wasting time. Better see your gynaecologist ASAP and get properly diagnosed and treated.
Answered: Mon, 20 Apr 2015
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