It’s unclear what is wrong but you shouldn’t stop trying to access help. If your mother, the doctor or your friends don’t believe you, then try speaking to school nurses or administrators. Tell them about your symptoms and how it has been a major struggle for you to get help.
I’m concerned about the fact that you have considered suicide. Suicidal ideation should always be taken seriously. When you’re not feeling well physically, then you don’t feel well psychologically.
It’s important to clarify that you are not a “problem kid” because you’re having a physical problem. It’s not your fault. You did not choose to have a physical problem and if you could eliminate the pain, you would. It’s your mother’s job to take care of you. That’s her role as a parent. You did nothing wrong and you shouldn’t feel as though you did.
My recommendation is to continue to ask for help. Ask to see a gynecologist, a doctor who specializes in menstrual health. A specialized physician will likely better understand the nature of your problems. Migraines are very real. There are physicians who specialize in treating only migraines. Migraines can be triggered by hormonal changes in your body, like the ones that occur during your menstrual cycle. An endocrinologist specializes in hormones.
Start seeing specialists until your problems are solved. You can talk this over with your primary care physician.
If the pain continues, then call emergency services or go directly to the hospital. Please take care.
Dr. Kristina Randle