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Frequent Urination Followed By Stabbing Ovarian Pain
I've been experiencing either lower abdomen or pelvic cramps, breast tenderness, frequent urination, and frequent headaches. What's going on?
Depends: If you're sexually active ; have had relations over past several weeks with a fertile man then, your symptoms could point to a pregnancy. If you are not sexually active or if you are but have been abstinent for the past several weeks to month then, you may have a urinary tract infection though breast tenderness really isn't explained well by that diagnosis. Visit to your doctor would be good. ...Read more
If the number going to pee makes a person feel inconvenient for daily living , it is denoted as urinary frequency or frequent urination, which should be individualized to reflect the function of bladder storage and emptying, urine excretion, and fluid consumption, although AUA defined it as peeing more than 8 times in ...Read more
Pelvic pain, urinary frequency and urgency as well as mild incontinence...No burning/discomfort during urination. 4cm left ovarian cyst...Uti?
Could a ruptured ovarian cyst cause light spotting followed by sharp stabbing pains the following day..
Yes, although: Usually ovarian follicles (small cysts formed every month) rupture 12-16 days after your menstrual period. When women feel pain from this it is call middleschmertz. Sometimes cysts will persist and rupture at larger sizes. You do not need to worry about this pain unless it persists or is accompanied by fever, nausea, or vomiting. Your gynecologist can help you with an exam an may be ultrasound. ...Read more
Constant right flank/back, intermittent abdominal and epigastric pain+no fever+no urine or bowel symptoms+history of bladder cancer and hysterectomy?
Sharp pain on lower right quadrant of abdomen, worsened by sickness &i after urination. Painful pressure w intercourse. Not appendix or IBS flare up.?
I am experiencing pain with urination (quality: stinging or burning sensation) , pelvic pain and constipation. Severe left ovary pain. Dizziness ?
No bowel issues 6weeks constant pelvic/lower left abdominal pain increased girth, urination (not painful) & fatigue could this be ovarian cancer?
See exerts timely...: For a young lady as you're, the first things to look into are how you void and defecate. If all alright, see a gynecologist timely; it's better than online second-guessing. Meanwhile, practice healthy lifestyle and avoid overindulgence and obsession of any form. Best wish... ...Read more
I have stomach bloat, pelvic pain, abdo pain, frequent urination, dizziness, dull headaches, nausea. Complication with a ?pregnancy or ovarian cancer
No way to...: There is no way to tell until you get the appropriate tests for your symptoms. First of all if you suspect you might be pregnant get a pregnancy test. Ovarian cancer is far less common than pregnancy so it is not one of the first things to consider unless you have had a diagnosis of this sort in the past. My recommendation is to see your gynecologist for exam and tests as needed and appropriate. ...Read more
I'm having dull left-sided flank pain with intermittent sharp pelvic pain and a 101.5 fever. I'm 4.5 wks pregnant. Could this be ectopic or early m/c?
I have infrequent pain with urination, testicular pain (quality: persistent discomfort), several rounds of AB already. Pain down left leg also.
Once in 2 months, am having severe headache accompanied by right shoulder pain and lower abdomen uneasiness followed by foul smell stool next morning.
Once EVERY 2 months?: I want to make sure I understand that this is happening once EVERY 2 months. For how long does this condition last and what happens after that? Back to normal? I would recommend you get some stool samples and if this is happening every 2 months on a cycle go ahead and consider getting blood work known. You may have an infectious or parasitic type of bowel disease. ...Read more
Flank pains that elevate during urination (right side more sensitive than left) with frequent urination, nausea and abdominal pains. Negative for UTI.
Gullbladder at 36% severe abdominal pain, constant gas, diarrhea, constipation and constant nausea. Removal recommended by primary. Second opinion ?
6.4 ovarian cyst. Not pregnant and no urine or kidney problems had test done. Sharp awful pain in low right abdomen. Frequent urination. Bloating.
Laparoscopy...: A large ovarian cyst can give you pain and bloating. How it is treated depends on how bad your pain is and on its appearance on ultrasound. If you are in a lot of pain, it can be removed surgically, usually using laparoscopy as an out-patient procedure. Laparoscopy results in very small scars. These cysts are almost never cancer is a women in her 20s. Best wishes! ...Read more
Have chronic cramp-like pelvic pain triggered by urination, BM, orgasm and at random. Pain with sex. Constipation. Vaginal bleeding with sex and BM..
Im experiencing urethral pain and bladder pain. Frequent urination and Sudden urge to urinate. For 18 months. Not uti. Intermittent. Possible cause?
Pressure in lower abdomen, frequent urination, no burning or pain-very severe anxiety..scared of ovarian cancer. I'm 23yrs old?
?Bladder infection: Your symptoms are more like those from infection of the urinary bladder(Cystitis). You need to see a doctor to get your urine checked and take an antibiotic for bladder infection. Ovarian cancer is not likely cause of your present symptoms. You should not worry about Cancer at this young age...at least not until your get into your 50s! ...Read more
I'm experiencing mild abdominal pain some times, sometimes in lower abdomen other times in upper(worsened by after meal), constipation & bloody stool.
Need to examine: Blood stools warrant an examination by a doctor. It is not feasible to provide a meaningful opinion without examining you. It may just be hemorrhoids, however, even that needs to be treated. It would be prudent to see your doctor. For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form. Practice safe sex, if you have sex. Get HPV vaccine ...Read more
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