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Bilateral Ovarian Pain
I am having severe intermittent bilateral ovarian pain started 2 days ago much worse today and tonight. I also WA son my period d for 6 days stopped 4 days ago and staeted spotting one day latee but today it got heavy with clots. I stated taking 500mg of
Evaluation: most likely everything is fine. you could have an ovarian cyst. that can cause pain just by being there, or become a problem if it bursts open or twists, you could also have an infection, a fibroid or something else. so if it persists i would see you gyn to figure out what is going on ...Read more
Left pelvic pain, bilateral ovarian cyst R 2.8 L 2.4, Lcyst septated (CUL-DE-SAC normal. No fluid or mass)Normal Doppler and spectral limits. Meaning?
Small septated cyst: Cysts that small are frequently part of normal ovulation. A cyst is simply a fluid filled sac on the ovary. A septated cyst means that there is a tissue wall dividing the cyst into at least two parts. A small septated cyst can still be normal but sometimes the ultrasound is repeated to make sure that it goes away as most do. The other things mentioned are normal. Best Wishes! ...Read more
Well, a few things: Can cause pain. An ovarian cyst that expands the ovary rapidly causes discomfort. Severe pain, an emergency, is called ovarian torsion where a heavy cysts twist on the blood supply causing what we call an "acute abdomen". Lower abdominal pain is more broad. Make sure not pregnant, otherwise pain may or may not be from the ovaries. Gdluc. ...Read more
Always: If abdominal pain persists despite pain medications, you should see your GYN to assess ovarian size, presence of cysts etc. Ovarian pain can be due to the ovaries or other sites such as bowel, bladder, uterus etc. A GYN ultrasound can help identify possible suspects Best Wishes Dr M ...Read more
Would a dr be willing to remove one ovary due to searing pain. Endo diagnosed but none seen on my ovaries but suffer from left sided ovarian pain.
Pain: It might be possible to convince a doctor to operate. But, you can determine if the pain is ovarian in nature by hormonal manipulation first to determine if the pain is truly ovarian in nature. Continuous birth control pills or Lupron (leuprolide) can often be used to determine if the pain is female in origin, or if surgery might correct the problem. DrG ...Read more
I was diagnosed with a left ovarian cyst in december. I have had left ovarian pain since october, now the pain is almost constant and pulling. Is it possible the cyst is still there a fairly large?
Cyst Followup: Depending on how large the cyst was when identified in december, it may warrant follow up with an ultrasound. If >5-8cm then you'd be at risk of a condition called ovarian torsion where your ovary can twist and get stuck because of the weight of a cyst. This can be a surgical emergency if the pain is persistently sharp and severe. May consider hormonal contraception for control of cyst formation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
More info needed: While left lower abdominal pain may be caused by ovarian or kidney issues, there are other possible causes. Unfortuneately your question cannot be answered without much more information from you and physical exam. Other tests might be necessary. If you have severe pain, fever, or cannot hold down fluids, go to an er. If you have unusual pain that is not going away, see a doctor asap. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I got my menstrual cycle yesterday and woke up in the middle of the night with severe left ovarian pain?
Ovarian?: The location does not give a definite answer as to the actual source of the pain-- i, e, it may not be the ovary. If it has persisted- see md , if it went away and all else is normal, just see if this becomes recurrent. ...Read more
Generally No: Ovarian nerve supply that relays pain is through the sympathetic nervous system between t11, t12 and L1 levels. This is obviously above the L4 and L5 levels you stated, however pelvic pain could still be related to non-ovarian causes and if you had significant pathology at l4/l5 it could be a source of this pain. I would see a pain/spine specialist to see what options you may have for treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Consider: It may be a urinary tract infection (which could cause pain the lower pelvis that could feel like ovarian pain) or a kidney stone. Ovarian processes (cysts, etc) shouldn't cause your urine to turn dark red or orange, that sounds like there is blood in your urine. You should be seen and have your urine tested. ...Read more
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