I was having terrible bloating/ pressure on my bladder for months now. I have been dieting so for breakfast every morning I have been drinking a protein powder/milk/banana "milkshake". Last Friday I quit drinking them and it has been two days now and the symptoms have disappeared. I still have a tugging pain in my lower right side but it comes and goes as well.
Did your symptoms get worse or come and go away when you were diagnosed with OC?
My symptoms (for a large benign cyst, which are the same symptoms as for ovca) did not come and go, but rather continued over time and additional symptoms were added as time when on. The symptoms disappeared only after the cyst was removed.
You might have irritable bowel syndrome, lactose intolerance, or possibly even an allergic reaction to milk or the other ingredients of the diet shake if your symptoms cease when you stop drinking the shakes. Anyway, it would not be a bad idea to make an appointment with your doctor to discuss your symptoms.
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