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Sharp Stabbing Pain In Ovaries
Hi, what does it mean to have sharp, stabbing pain on right side of ovary? Cycle is to come next week
Ovary, pain: This pain may originate from an in the left ovary. If it becomes persistent and worsening please get a check up. ...Read more
I've had a mirena (levonorgestrel) in place for about a year now. I just now started having sharp stabbing pain around the area of my left ovary. Gets worse when I am urinating or during intercourse. What's going on?
No connection: It doesn't seem to have any connection from urinary symptoms and mirena (levonorgestrel). Most complications from this iud occur the first 2-3months. First check if this is due to an uti, possible ibs, or even an ovarian cyst. You need to be thoroughly evaluated by a doctor in my opinion. Good luck! ...Read more
Need evaluation: Without more details its impossible to even speculate what might be going on. I strongly urge you to see your physician soon for complete evaluation. Sorry I can't be of more help. Good luck. ...Read more
Stabbing pain in right ovary. Cd15 7 days from last clomiphene pill. Opk neg. Could I still be ovulating or getting ready to ovulate?
When I sneeze cough laugh or sometimes turn occasinally i' get a stabbing pain in my ovary cramp like? I've had it intermittent for a couple years.
Many things: Unfortunately without more specifics or having the chance to examine you, this pain could be related to many problems. It could be related to your appendic(like appendicitis), ovarian cysts, tubal infection, pregnancy!, right sided colon issues and even a kidney infection. If the pain is severe or you are having nausea, vomiting, fevers or blood from anywhere please seek urgent help. ...Read more
Pelvic internal pain that is getting worse every time I have sex. Deep stabbing pain in pelvis and back after being fingered. Possible causes?
Infection: You need examined by gyn. Intercourse pain can have one group of causes, but sensitivity to finger manipulation strongly suggests there may be an infection present, serious being pid, which can affect fertility and be life-threatening. See gyn or er asap. Condoms in future can minimize this risk. ...Read more
Have intermittent stabbing pain on front lower right side near where leg meets pelvis. Would suspect appendicitis but don't have appendix. Do have IUD?
Femoral hernia??: See your doc, tell him your history and get a physical exam to find out what is going on in you. ...Read more
I am clean off meth and GHB for just over a. Month. I've missed my period and have become nauseous and developed a stabbing pain on my left pelvis?
Take a test: If you think you might be pregnant check then check a home pregnancy test. They are cheap, reliable and available at any pharmacy. Congrats on being clean. Consider joining a support group to help keep you on track. Pelvic pain is very complex and an exam is needed to determine the cause and treatment. ...Read more
I have sharp, stabbing, burning pain in right ovary(for 5 weeks now). The pain comes and goes. After 10 days, I went to the ER and they said CT scan was clear. After 9 more days of waiting for OB appointment, they said I have a Bacterial Infection, which
Pelvic pain: Although you may speculate as to the site and cause of your pain, whether it is ovarian or not may only be determined by one on one assessment by your OB/GYN doctor. If you have evidence of a bacterial infection hopefully you are being treated and appropriately managed. Best wishes. ...Read more
Muscle spasm: When you run, you use the 3 layers of muscles in your abdomen. These flat muscles, when used, can "spasm" or contract very vigorously. This causes a sharp stabbing burning pain, a lot like a charley horse in the calf (also a muscle spasm). If this happens to you, stop running, rub firmly right on the stabbing painful area, and the muscle will relax; just like when you rub your calf. Good luck! ...Read more
Zostrix (capsaicin) or Biofreeze: Are topical over the counter medication that might provide temporary relief. However, the cause of the problem needs to be determined and addressed. See podiatrist. ...Read more
Gallbladder: Sounds like an inflamed gallbladder. See your pcp. ...Read more
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
You may have pulled: A muscle, or slept funny and woke up in a different position while sleeping that left your back with a spasm if your twist or torque in a certain way. If you've taken NSAIDS OTC that aren't helping, then you need to get checked out by UR doctor, or see an osteopathic physician for 2nd opinion and treatment. Look for a neuromusculoskeletal (NMM) DO physician to get you out of this pain & correct it. ...Read more
Not directly: While patients with crohn's disease can get appendicitis, crohn's does not cause appendicitis. The most common location of intestinal inflammation from crohn's is the terminal ileum, located in the right lower abdomen (near the appendix). Sometimes crohn's can affect the appendix. It can be difficult to differentiate the 2 conditions. Best to see a doctor if you are not improving. ...Read more
If you cannot go to your doctor today or tomorrow please have someone take you to the nearest Emergency facility.
More often than not that team can help you. If not they will discuss things with your doctor.
Hope all goes well — please let me know. ...Read more
Strain: You may have coughed, sneezed or strained in some fashion that irritated the healing bone. ...Read more
I am 18 years old. I woke up this morning with a sharp, stabbing pain in my lower spine. Why is this?
What is Cause?: Did you have an injury? Is the pain associated with going to the bathroom or your menstrual cycle? Waking up with back pain could simply due to a mattress that does give you proper support. It is very common to strain a back muscle with every day activity especially if you are not physically active. See your doctor for evaluation and as long as it is muscular-physical therapy would help. ...Read more
I have this persistent sharp stabbing pain under me left rib cage. It is the worst pain I have ever experienced.
Seek urgent help: If the pain is that severe, you need to be evaluated to get a sense if this is a problem with your lung, the surrounding muscles or bones, the spleen or something else. ...Read more
I have sharp stabbing pain in my lower right ribs that radiates to my back, up a little and around to the other side a little.
It could be: Several things such as gallbladder problem, pulled muscle, kidney stone, gas, etc. See your doctor. ...Read more
I have a sharp stabbing pain in the back of my head on the right lower side. What could this be? Never had pain like this before
Family practice : Probably the muscle that attaches at the base of the scull is inflamed or strained. See your dr if it persists. ...Read more
I've had a sharp stabbing pain right in the middle of my rib cage and this isn't the first time should I be worried because I'm only 16?
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