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Feel Bubbles In My Right Ovaries
Week b4 my cycle I always get bubbling around my ovaries. I always think I need toilet or just wind but no. What can it be??
Yesterday I jumped trying to reach sumthing over fridge and I felt a bubble pop in ovary it felt weird than today a weird feeling in same spot?
This is kind of: Tough to answer. It would be helpful to know where you are in your cycle. Coudl you have a cyst on your ovary which ruptured due to the force of the jump? Maybe. Could you have simply ovulated coinciding with your "jump? " which could be the source of your discomfort? Maybe. Speak to your doctor if you continue to have pain. ...Read more
My gf is not having periods for 4 mnths. Earlier she consulted gynic, dctr said she hd formation of water bubbles in ovary. Wht to do?
My period is at least 2 weeks late. BFN. Sharp pain in left ovary/ bubble feeling there today. Last period was brown. Weight gain. What is going on?
Pelvic pain: Pelvic pain is complex as there are several organs in the pelvis. The ovaries, fallopian tubes, uterus, cervix, bladder, appendix, intestines, colon and rectum can all be the source. Pelvic pain requires and examination to help organize the evaluation. During the visit you can also address your irregular menstrual cycle. ...Read more
Rumbling or bubble like feeling in my ovary or uterus area on the right side. Dull pain. For a week and peeing way more than normal.?
Constipation?: Many people are constipated without knowing it. The colon sits right next to the uterus and bladder. The colon often rumbles when gas is trying to get past something like stool. The uterus doesn't rumble. If stool in the colon pushes on the bladder, it can cause frequent urination. Magnesium citrate nightly for 2-3 nights can clean out colon. If symptoms persist, see a doctor. Good luck. ...Read more
I have IBS c and wanted to know if it is causing the dull ache around my left ovary. It is followed by pops of gas bubbles and constipation. Help?
See your Docs: Ibs can certainly cause abdominal cramping and aches. Gas and constipation might very well be part of your ibs-c (constipation-predominant). However, given your age and specificity that it is "near your left ovary, " you should seriously consider seeing your GI and also your ob/gyn. They might do an ultrasound or even ct as l. ...Read more
I always feels bubble and kicking in my stomac and overy iam not pergenat what it can be only when iam sitting down I need medication to stop this?
Bowels: Most likely this is the muscles of the bowels contracting. It's normal and not something that requires treatment. If it bothers you, drinking warm tea and massaging the belly while relaxing and taking deep belly breathes may help. ...Read more
Localised pain lower left pelvis, suddenly got severe, bowel change for 4 months, strange bubbling noise, what could this be?
Exam needed: Left lower abdominal/pelvic discomfort with changes in bowel pattern is consistent with conditions like diverticulitis, inflammatory bowel disease, irritable bowel syndrome or possible ovarian, periovarian disorders. Since your discomfort is now severe you should be examined by your physician who may refer you to a gastroenterologist. ...Read more
He has gets a painful visible air bubble in his lower left pelvis. He can deflate it by pushing on it 10 times a day. Sounds like a fart inside of him.
I experience some bubble sensation in lower ab. Might be the uterus/ovaries. No chance of pregnancy, normal period. What can be causing this?
Worried I might have cysts on my ovaries? Painful urination, feeling bubbles in my abdomen, nausea, and pain in the abdomen
Cysts on ovaries: The only way to know for sure is to have an ultrasound done. The symptoms you describe are "non-specific". That means they can be caused by many different things. ...Read more
My ovaries/pelvic area hurt extremely bad and feels like gas bubbles, I can hear them pop. Its making my stomach ache and legs cramp. On day 4 now???
Get Evaluated: It's concerning that it has gone on for 4 days. If you can hear them pop, it does lean more towards the digestive tract being the issue and nothing too serious, but if the pain is as strong as you state, you need to be evaluated to make sure it isn't a serious acute condition. ...Read more
Possible: The ovaries are usually palpable with the bi-manual exam (hand on the abdomen and one or two fingers in the vagina). That is considered and "external" exam even though the examiner performs part of the exam from inside the vagina. ...Read more
May be normal: Bubbles in the urine may be a normal finding as the kidneys with the forceful flow of urine produces bubbles. Sometimes it may be an indication of protein loss in the urine, urinary infection or simply dehydration.Consistency of the bubbles (foamy or not, persistence of bubbles) will help make the difference. The answer is always in checking urine analysis. ...Read more
The reproductive organ in female animals that produces eggs and the sex hormones estrogen and progesterone. In most vertebrate animals, the ovaries occur in pairs. In mammals, the ovaries contain numerous follicles, which house the developing eggs (oocytes).
http://www. Thefreedictionary. Com/ovary. ...Read more
Difficult to say: There could be some scar tissue in your pelvis that could be causing that pain. I see that you had a history of chlamydia infection. Sometimes pelvic infections like chlamydia can cause scar tissue in the pelvis. There's no way to tell, however, without performing surgery and looking directly, as scar tissue doesn't show up on imaging studies. See doctor if bothersome/painful. ...Read more
Pilonidal cyst: You may have a pilonidal cyst. A pilonidal cyst is a cyst that develops along the tailbone (coccyx) near the cleft of the buttocks, approximately 5 cm from the anus. These cysts usually contain hair and skin debris. Individuals with a pilonidal cyst may not have any symptoms at all (termed asymptomatic), whereas others may develop an infection of the cyst with associated pain. ...Read more
Ovarian pain: The most common reason for pain coming from your ovaries is an enlarging cyst. The ovaries are predisposed to cyst formation since that is a part of normal ovulation. Certain sexually transmitted diseases will cause pain in your fallopian tubes right next to the ovaries. You would not be able to tell the difference between tubal pain or ovarian pain. It needs to be checked out. ...Read more
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