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I am a 49 y.o. female and for the first time I skipped a period this month. But... I have been feeling like pre-menstrual cramps all month (more like very very mild discomfort around my ovaries/pelvic area). Is that normal? Anything special I need to d

I am a 49 y.o. female and for the first time I skipped a period this month.  But... I have been feeling like pre-menstrual cramps all month (more like very very mild discomfort around my ovaries/pelvic area).  Is that normal?  Anything special I need to d

Wow...you're special: To have not skipped a period in perhaps 35+ years of menstrual life is amazing! You're super normal! Now you are experiencing some not atypical perimenopausal symptoms. HOWEVER, the fact that the cramps have persisted all month is of some concern. Visit your doctor and consider an ultrasound examination of the pelvis for reassurance. ...Read more

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What can cause pelvic discomfort in women?

What can cause pelvic discomfort in women?

Endometriosis. : Usually we do a physical exam, followed by ultrasound, then laparoscopy if needed. Pain could be due to fibroids, ovarian cysts, or endometriosis. ...Read more

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Last period was 3/22. Had unprotected intercourse sat. 3/30. Tues 4/2 clear dchrge w/streaks of blood & feel slight discomfort in pelvic area please help?

Last period was 3/22. Had unprotected intercourse sat. 3/30. Tues 4/2 clear dchrge w/streaks of blood & feel slight discomfort in pelvic area please help?

Get a pelvic exam: If resolves completely in a day or two may be normal. See www.Pinkdischarge.Net for 10 causes. With unprotected sex could be std or trauma. ...Read more

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I am experiencing pain and discomfort in pelvic area as well as nausea and headaches a few days before my period. Am i pregnant or is it pms?

I am experiencing pain and discomfort in pelvic area as well as nausea and headaches a few days before my period. Am i pregnant or is it pms?

Check!: Best way to find out is to check. The first day after you miss your period, you can take a pregnancy test. Even the dollar store has urine pregnancy tests that are accurate. You can also go to planned parenthood or other free/low cost clinics if you don't have a regular doctor or insurance. Until you find out, act like you're pregnant - in other words, avoid alcohol, smoking, etc. Good luck. ...Read more

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I have this white and yellowish discharge and i am not sexualy active and Im also having a lot of discomfort in my pelvic area what do u think ?

I have this white and yellowish discharge and i am not sexualy active and Im also having a lot of discomfort in my pelvic area what do u think ?

Time to see your doc: Vaginal discharge varies from female to female in both quantity & color. However, for the most part, it should be rather odorless, certainly not fishy. Bigger concern is pelvic discomfort. That requires a physical exam for diagnosis & treatment. So go see your family doc or gynecologist. ...Read more

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I'm having discomfort in my lower left pelvic area. No urinary problems, no other symptoms present. It's just uncomfortable. Should I be worried?

I'm having discomfort in my lower left pelvic area. No urinary problems, no other symptoms present. It's just uncomfortable. Should I be worried?

Lower left quadrant: Discomfort in that area may be due to an inguinal hernia, muscular strain or inflammation, or inflammation of the descending colon as seen in diverticulitis or inflammatory bowel disorders. If this discomfort persists, you should be examined by a physician for diagnosis and treatment. Appropriate referral to a specialist may be advised. ...Read more

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Poking discomfort on right side pelvic area few days before expected period pregnant?

Poking discomfort on right side pelvic area few days before expected period   pregnant?

This would not: Be anticipated with pregnancy. If you miss your period then take a pregnancy test. Take care. ...Read more