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In terrible pain, (ovarian cyst) sharp pain and pressure on pelvic & rectum. Having a hard time sitting & walking. Help! ?
Negative preg. Test but pelvic pain, ovarian cyst on right. Pressure. Per doctor not an emergency. Frequent urination. Doctor next week. 2nd opinion?
Pelvic pain: The pain that you are experiencing could be from the cyst. If the pain is not disabling it is prudent to observe it and repeat the ultrasound in a few weeks especially if it is done after a period. Frequent urination could be a sign of a UTI or an overactive bladder which could also cause pelvic pain. You need to follow up with your doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
In lots of pain (ovarian), no menses 6mo now. Pain runs down to thighs, sharp pelvic pain, also nausea during meals. (not pregnant) any help?
Need to be seen ...: With the combination of pelvic pain and no menses - it could definitely be a large ovarian cyst. If the pain is bilateral, then cysts are less likely, but could be hormonal problem. Lots of possibilities. You sound like you need to be seen and have some labwork and an ultrasound done. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Ultrasound found 9mm calcification on right ovary. left ovary was polycystic. I have painful periods, bloating, ovary pain. Ovarian cancer? Treatment?
Hello Dr. How many days do y continue to have pain after ovarian cyst rupture? Its been three days and today i got the same pain and heaviness agian
Varies: Some patients have severe pain with ovarian cysts. Others have none. The experience is highly variable from person to person. One should not assume that a cyst is the cause of pain without being evaluated by a doctor. ...Read more
I previously asked about pain after ovarian fibroma removal 3mths ago. The dr said possible scarring to adjacent tissue. Is that dangerous? Treatment?
Yes possible : Any time you have surgery it is possible to develope scar tissue around the surgical area. There is no easy fix. The only real way is to go an surgically remove the scar tissue. Sometimes that helps. ...Read more
Yes, it is possible: Chemotherapy will be able to palliate your pain, as ovarian cancer , usually is very sensitive /responsive to chemotherapy. A good pain medication will be useful as well. See your oncologist / gyne-onc and discuss further re-treatment options for the ovarian cancer and related pain. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is it normal to have mild to moderate pain in ovarian region or the pelvic part throughout the month especially a week before periods?
Pain is never normal: It is normal to have periodic visits to an OBGYN and this might be a good time to see one. An exam may tell you why this is happening and may suggest a treatment. It might be that you are particularly sensitive to the ovulation process even if it's fine and the info can help you relax. A Rx of proper hormones may relieve this - have an exam. ...Read more
No: It isn't common, however there are rare cases when an ovarian tumor or complex cyst can put pressure of the ureter and cause inflammation of the tissue surrounding the ureter. This causes obstruction of the flow out of the kidney resulting in pain. If you are known to have a cyst and are having kidney pain, see your doctor to determine if they are related. ...Read more
Generally No: Ovarian nerve supply that relays pain is through the sympathetic nervous system between t11, t12 and L1 levels. This is obviously above the L4 and L5 levels you stated, however pelvic pain could still be related to non-ovarian causes and if you had significant pathology at l4/l5 it could be a source of this pain. I would see a pain/spine specialist to see what options you may have for treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can be either: Ovarian cancer may be relatively asymptomatic until advanced. Some early symptoms can be bloating, pelvic pressure, urinary frequency, difficulty eating and feeling full quickly. More advanced ovarian cancer can cause severe pelvic/ abdominal pain, shortness of breath and even formation of venous blood clots. If you are concerned at all, please see your gynecologist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Ok: Should do no harm, and if it is comforting ok. Remember to place a towel between device and skin. Keep on low or medium , and watch duration to keep from burning! ...Read more
Went to ER for an excruciating pain. Left ovarian cyst rupture what is the recovery time like and timeframe? I I've had pain for a week & take ibuprof
Need GYN follow up: You need to see a GYN MD in their office for follow up care to be certain that the ovarian cyst is completely gone. An ultrasound exam will help along with the pelvic exam. Those studies will determine the answer to your question of how long, etc. The MD can also provide Rx for the pain if necessary. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Having horrible pain from ovarian cyst. Day 3 of men.Cycle. Unresponsive to ibu.800mg. Subsides and comes back. Considering ER visit but don't want 2.?
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