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I have pain in the lower left pelvic area and it got worse after sex, what could it be?

I have pain in the lower left pelvic area and it got worse after sex, what could it be?

Many things: Pain in the pelvis is always a red flag and should be checked out by a doctor if it is severe or if it lasts longer than a week. It could be a l ovarian cyst, endometriosis, diverticulosis, pelvic adhesions, a degenerating fibroid, or even a cancer. Your doctor will need to know more details, and will need to do an exam and an ultrasound to pin down the diagnosis. ...Read more

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What to do if I have a sharp stabbing pain in my lower left pelvic area. Help?

What to do if I have a sharp stabbing pain in my lower left pelvic area. Help?

Ortho causes include: A pinched nerve in the back, due to arthritis, slip disk, injury or a space occupying lesion; or pain from bursitis, arthritis hip, meralgia paraesthetica (like carpal t syndrome, where a local nerve to the thigh gets trapped under a thick ligament against the pelvic bone. Non-ortho causes: abdominal like constipation, diverticulitis, colitis, hernia pains, etc. Check with your gp for the dx.. ...Read more

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I've been having pain in my lower left pelvic area that radiates to my thigh. Also frequent urination & very light spotting every other day for 4 days?

See your MD: This combination of symptoms should be evaluated by your healthcare provider. If there is any chance you could be pregnant, you must see your hcp to rule out ectopic pregnancy which could be life threatening. You may also have a urinary tract infection which needs to be treated as soon as possible. ...Read more

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Severe Pain in my lower left pelvic area, worse when walking and putting pressure on that side or sudden movements. Visible bump. Better with rest.

Visit your doc ASAP: Please visit your physician as soon as possible. A visible bump and severe pain are things that cannot be ignored. The best course of action is to have a physical exam in-person with a physician and bring your medications and know your history. They will be able to examine you carefully and do any imaging studies they may have. Good luck. ...Read more

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I had pain in my lower left pelvic area. Not pregnant. Ultrasound showed COMPLEX FLUID WITH DEBRIS WITHIN THE ENDOMETRIAL CANAL. What could cause this?

I had pain in my lower left pelvic area. Not pregnant. Ultrasound showed COMPLEX FLUID WITH DEBRIS WITHIN THE ENDOMETRIAL CANAL. What could cause this?

Complex fluid: Complex fluid & debris inside the uterus in the absence of a pregnancy is most likely a collection of blood with blood clots. Additionally, there may be a polyp or fibroid adding to the complex appearance on ultrasound. Recommendation would be dependent on reason for the ultrasound but could include repeat u/s after the next period to see if it's still there. Saline infusion u/s would be helpful. ...Read more

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I've got pain which started in lower left pelvic area and has slowly migrated to be a line just under the bottom of my ribs. Been about 2-3 weeks ?

I've got pain which started in lower left pelvic area and has slowly migrated to be a line just under the bottom of my ribs. Been about 2-3 weeks ?

Abd pain moving: Is it a constant pain or does it come and to? Any relation to meals? Any change in bowel Movements? Need more INFO but should be checked out!' ...Read more

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I am 48 peri menopause had cycle 2 times in 9 months. Have had dull achy pain in lower left pelvic area for a month increased nagging prior to bm?

Constipation v ovary: Left lower quadrant pain is normally a symptom of constipation. If your BM is not every day or is small "rabbit pellets", you should try some Magnesium Citrate (over the counter in the laxative section. If your pain gets better, you have your answer. If the pain persists, you should see a doctor and consider getting a pelvic ultrasound. ...Read more