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Chronic lower left pelvic pain, scans no ovarian cysts/cancer, worse & more frequent, bubbling noise, bloat, nauseous, cnt eat lots, ibs meds dnt help?

R.O. volvulus. Symptoms all appear related to the sigmoid region of bowel. The bubbling, pain and nausea all related to problems at the level of sigmoid colon and may have resulted from volvulus or twisting of redundant bowel. X rays to define the sigmoid status and possible colonoscopy will clarify the situation. If twisting of bowel noted laparoscopic reduction of any bowel twisting may be performed, Read more...

Last year I was told I have an ovarian cyst and put on birth control to help it go away. I still have pelvic pain till this day. What do I do?

Get rechecked. A pelvic exam and/or ultrasound can tell if you still have a cyst or cysts (which are extremely common in the ovaries.) there are other reasons for pelvic pain as well which can be evaluated by your doctor. Good luck and hope you're feeling better soon. Read more...

I am on my 3rd week of BCP due to ovarian cysts and having some mild pelvic pain that comes and go. I had no pain prior taking bcp. Is this a concern?

Pelvic pain. Pelvic pain is complex as there are several organs in the pelvis. The ovaries, fallopian tubes, uterus, cervix, bladder, appendix, intestines, colon and rectum can all be the source. Pelvic pain requires and examination to help organize the evaluation. It does not seem likely that it is related to birth control. If you have a cyst that has already been confirmed this is the most likely source. Read more...