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Sharp Pain Near Ovaries
I got a sharp pain near my ovary after I sneezed. I just had a check up in july and everything was ok. What could this be?
Likely nothing: May just have been muscular strain with the sneeze. If you are convinced that it is your ovary, check with your obgyn. Cysts can form on the ovary. An ultrasound can rule that out. Good luck! ...Read more
Negative pregnant test, had spotting & clearish bloody discharge, sharp throbbing pain near right ovary what could this be?
?Ovulation: Possible ovulation-immediatly prior to ovulation there is clear cervical mucus; a sudden surge and immediate decraese in estrogen levels is a precursor of the lh surge which trigers ovulation. The spike in estrogen creates a brief episode of spotting which admixed with the remaining clear mucus creates the above type of discharge and the popping of the follicle gives a transient pain sensation. ...Read more
On my period, very sharp pain on right (near ovary), pain is not associated with cramps but, very uncomfortable, pain started with this period?
Patience is Key: Some times you have a hormonal cyst that is normal in all women that bursts when you have a period. It will cause pain. If your pain is decreasing in intensity as your period progresses then you are safe to wait it out. Take some Motrin or Aleve (naproxen) in the mean time. If you feel that the pain is unbearable or you have a fever or you have nausea and vomiting, then please see a doctor. ...Read more
May be normal: Sharp pain in the ovary at midcycle may be a symptom of ovulation when an egg is released. This called Mittelschmerz. This is usually short lived and self limiting. If persistent, an ovarian cyst or other disorder may cause this type of pain. An ultrasound would help solve this dilemma. ...Read more
Be cautious: Your symptoms may be as innocent as a remaining simple ovarian cyst from your previous ovulation, but also they may be symptoms of a possible ectopic pregnancy. An ectopic pregnancy is a pregnancy that has implanted not in the uterus but possibly the fallopian tube and it would potentially make your menses delayed, lighter, or even absent. It can also cause pain. If the pain continues please have a doctor evaluate you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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