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I Have Severe Pelvic Pain Should I Go To The Er Or The Gyn Dr
DEFINITELY !: Pelvic pain is a common symptom of many conditions: endometriosis, interstitial cystitis, pelvic floor dysfunction and fibromyalgia to mention a few. You must choose a gynecologist that has special interest in this field since it can be frustrating to both patient and physician. A laparoscopic view of your pelvis (as in the picture) can help in the work up of this complaint ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
6 CM ruptured ovarian cyst on 9/21, just finished period, extreme nausea and severe pelvic pain just started today, normal gyn exam 10/1, spotting, ?
I have pelvic pain went to ER for severe pelvic pain dr said ovarian cyst ruptured and this has been two days and i still have severe pelvic pain could there be other problems?
The : The pain is likely due to free fluid in your stomach/pelvis that collected after the cyst ruptured. This can be very painful, and often requires strong pain medications until the fluif starts to be reabsorbed. If your pain has not subsided by now, see your doctor for a follow up. All the best. ...Read more
Yes: If you are having severe unusual pain and more bleeding/ clots than normal you should be evaluated by a doctor. ...Read more
Forget the ER: Forget the ER and find a county or academic hospital clinic that offers care on a sliding scale or free for a more extensive workup. If you have a job and low income the Obamacare program is made just for you if you can sign up for insurance going to the government web site and finding subsidies for helping to pay for your plan. ...Read more
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Severe pelvic pain on lower left side. ER?
"Severe" sounds bad: A woman with new "severe pelvic pain" should call her primary doctor or Ob-Gyn doctor right away. Possible causes include infection, obstruction, twisted ovary, cyst or tumor problem, pregnancy problem, etc. If she has no personal doctor, she has to go where she will be examined. Usually, that would be the Emergency Room. One can call 911 for an ambulance if there is no safe way to get to the E.R. ...Read more