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Is There A Difference Between Pelvic Cramping And Pelvic Pain
Sometimes yes: You can develop cramping at the beginning of a normal menstrual cycle; most women know what this feels like. Pelvic pain may be a sign of something more severe: possibly an infection, or even something dangerous like an ectopic pregnancy. If you are having severe pelvic pain, you should see your doctor, particularly if you are having fever or bleeding with the pain. Don't wait! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
See gyn: You need full work up and exam by experienced gyn, ASAP. ...Read more
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Rectal pain: You may have a condition known as proctalgia fugax. Consult a gastroenterologist for help. ...Read more
Go see ur FamilyDoc: If you're 2wks before/after menses, you could be ovulating (Mittelschmerz) but this is usually one-sided. Appendix is on right lower side. Diverticulitis is usually on left lower. If burning upon urination, we'd worry about bladder infection. Constipation can be painful. So can sexually transmitted diseases/infections if you engage in even one act of unprotected sex. Miscarriage is possibility ...Read more
I am experiencing morning sickness. The following also describes me: Cramping pelvic pain. What should I do?
Pregnancy test: First thing we need to check is a pregnancy test. Last menstrual. Full exam in person. History of ovarian cysts? Menstrual cramps? If pain is severe I would go to ER rule out ectopic pregnancy if it's possible and ovarian cysts torsion, and OB consultation may be indicated. Right lower quadrant abdominal pain if severe requires a CT scan to rule out appendicitis. ...Read more
I've been having a lot of pelvic pain. Varies from dull cramping to severe pain. What could it be? And what can I take for pain because my gyno won't help?
Need to know why: It wouldn't be a good idea for your doctor to prescribe pain meds without seeing you or doing tests to find out what the cause of your problem is. If the pain is severe, go to the emergency room. If not, make an appt to see your doctor asap. Depending on your age, pelvic pain could be caused by endometriosis or something more serious. Try an NSAID for relief until you see your doctor. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Is it normal to have cramping the day after tranvaginal ultlrasound was sent to have done after not havinperiod for 2 moths and having pelvic pain
It can make it worse: You may have a cyst on an ovary, and in that case, the ultrasound can make it hurt more. A skipped ovulatory cycle may have allowed the lining of the uterus to become very thick, and the uterus may be having more intense cramping due to this. An infection could be another possible cause, or endometriosis. Difficult to determine without more details. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have an ultra sound on the 26th but I am having constant cramping and server right pelvic pain I cant stand it what should I do? Please help
See a GYN MD soon: You need to either move up your GYN MD appointment or see an E.R. MD who can obtain a GYN MD consultation immediately to determine the source of the severe pelvic pain.- don't wait.. ...Read more
I am having pain/discomfort/lower pelvic pain and pressure and cramping only at the end of urination. Seems to be worse in the evening?
Low pelvic pain for 4 days that is constant. Seems different than pre-menstrual cramp pain. Period is expected in 4 days. Cause for concern?
Probably not: You might be experiencing this discomfort from an ovarian cyst. This may sound scary, but an ovarian cyst is perfectly normal. You have one each month when you ovulate. On occasion, these cysts will be a bit larger and give you pain. These cysts almost always resolve on their own within a few weeks to a month. ...Read more
In pst week had biopsy of endometrium, hysterscopy and dnc how long should I bleed and have cramps for. I still have pelvic pain also. What should I do?
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