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Period like pains throughout the cycle, use laptop for long hours throughout the day. Could that be the cause?

My uterus feels like I am getting period pain all the time!!!!! When I dont even have my period. It wasnt until my partner said he has noticed he gets a sore stomach and uncomfortable testicular sensations when using a laptop, when I realised the lptop must be my trigger as well. I am using it now, I felt normal before and I can feel it right now. how can I fix it and I just need to know if it will effect my health in the long run like how cell phones can give you cancer?
Asked On : Thu, 19 Jul 2012
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Hello ma'am and welcome.

Of course using laptops (kept in your lap) for long durations is considered harmful. It could result in ling term side effects, but how it can be the trigger to your pelvic pain cannot be explained. I would either way advice you to consult your doctor for a thorough examination.

Hope this helps.

Best wishes.
Answered: Tue, 24 Jun 2014
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