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Pain in rt pevlic area. More pain when standing. No fever. Been of bc pills for 3 months?
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Dr. Alfredo Nieves
Gynecology
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In brief: Pelvic pain
This pain that is non menstrual related could be musculskeletal in origin, more of a referred pain.
Pain from any organ in the pelvis can radiate pain to the right side, in the absences of bladder or bowel symptoms i see muscle spasms as a common cause.

In brief: Pelvic pain
This pain that is non menstrual related could be musculskeletal in origin, more of a referred pain.
Pain from any organ in the pelvis can radiate pain to the right side, in the absences of bladder or bowel symptoms i see muscle spasms as a common cause.
Dr. Alfredo Nieves
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Dr. Paul Wright
Family Medicine
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In brief: Cyst
This could be many things, a cyst, adhesion (normally if you've had previous surgery) or a small spot of endometriosis.
You would be able to get more clear answers after a more thorough discussion of your symptoms, an exam and an ultrasound or other test if needed.

In brief: Cyst
This could be many things, a cyst, adhesion (normally if you've had previous surgery) or a small spot of endometriosis.
You would be able to get more clear answers after a more thorough discussion of your symptoms, an exam and an ultrasound or other test if needed.
Dr. Paul Wright
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