Piercing pain in lower right abdomen and vagina- what do I do? History of ovarian cysts

Needs evaluation. Sharp pain the lower right abdomen could indicate appendicitis which is a surgical emergency. People with this symptom need to evaluated quickly with a health professional.
Inguinal hernia. Inguinal hernia can present with pain radiating from the rlq to the vagina. An entire gamut of pelvic pathology may otherwise present like this. Recommend ct of pelvis.

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20yo not pregnant sharp pain in vagina I've had ovarian cysts but never followed up the pain is also sometimes in my lower stomach what could this b?

Vaginal pain. These symptoms warrant a through exam from your family doctor or gynecologist -- a pelvic exam, wet mount, and possibly a pelvic ultrasound are a part of this workup.
Definitely need exam. This can be a symptom of an ovarian cyst. It can also be from other causes such as pelvic infection or an intestinal problem. You definitely need to be seen by a doctor and possibly have a pelvic ultrasound done depending on your exam.

I had an abdomen/pelvis with contrast CT and it showed in the report I had small bilateral ovarian cysts noted. Is that why my periods have been crazy?

Normal finding. Ovarian cysts are very common in women of childbearing age. Most women have ovarian cysts at some time during their lives. Each month, a follicle is formed in one ovary. At the time of ovulation, an egg is released from the follicle. Sometimes a normal follicle keeps growing resulting in a follicular cyst. If the report does not mention polycystic ovaries, you should not be concerned.

Can ovarian cyst cause bleeding with tissue pieces from vagina for 3days? Then daily dull pain right side abdom, 4week bloating, late period not pregnant

Possible. Pregnancy is always on the list of possibilities when a woman has abnormal uterine bleeding or cycles. You may be having anovulatory cycles (cycle without producing an egg from the ovary). If a urine pregnancy test is negative, I would recommend evaluation by your gynecologist, and treatment will depend on the cause of the abnormal bleeding and your current short-term pregnancy goals.