Nausea and pelvic pain NOT due to pregnancy
I've been feeling pelvic pain for almost 2 months now; it began on the left side, then went away and came back worse. Then it began on the right side, and now I feel it constantly on both sides.
The pain is not bad enough to interfere with daily activities, but it's still annoying. Sometimes the pain will burn too.
I began to feel a bit queasy about 2 weeks ago; last Sunday I dry heaved twice in the morning, and my nausea has gotten slightly worse in the past 2 days. I have not vomited, but the nausea bats my appetite down (not that I'm complaining seeing as I need to lose the 9 pounds I gained from birth control and steroids). The nausea is not severe - I have felt MUCH worse.
Everyone and their mother has asked me if I'm pregnant, even my own mom. Apparently she doesn't trust me. But I'm still a virgin, and if my boyfriend wants to touch me I always make him wash his hands first, though 98% of the time it is unnecessary because he has never ejaculated in his hands.
If it helps at all I have been having normal periods, with unbearable cramps on the first day of my cycle; I find it strange that I don't get cramps any other day of my period O.o
Soooooo...if I'm not sexually active and not pregnant, what could be causing me this pain and nausea?
Could my yeast infection have gone to a higher degree after being left untreated for over 8 months despite signs of recovery from it?
Sex: Female (no kidding ^-^)
History of reproductive problems: Yeast or bacterial infection
Sexual status: Virgin
Menstrual problems: Horribly painful cramps that interfere with concentration (have had these for over a year), hot flashes followed by sweating and chills, dizziness, nausea, vomiting (rarely).
Current Medications: Prevacid (just finished today), Biaxin (an antibiotic for a sinus infection), birth control - Tri Cyclen LO, Clairitin (to fight a possible allergic reaction to antibiotics), Motrin IB (for pelvic pain, but does not help), Tylenol Sinus (for sinus headaches), Pepto-Bismal and/or Mylanta and/or Tums (to combat nausea to no avail).
Don't know if my stats help, but maybe so.
A final note on the painful menstrual cramps: In 2003 I missed my period for 4 months for NO reason...I wasn't on medications or birth control or under stress or undergoing a diet change. When I got it in June I experienced those unbearable pains. I have never experienced cramping at all before this.
Any help would be GREATLY appreciated, because the pain is really getting on my nerves.