I have pain in my left ovary, it is swollen, very hard, and tender.
It is about the size of a Quarter, it also feel like there is a fever there. I am 33, my periods have been irregular for five years. I have never felt any pain or even thought about where my ovary was, but this is kinda scaring me. Has anyone else ever had this and what should I do? Thanks for your time, God bless.
I've been having the same problem for about a month also. I've never had history of cysts or anything like it, but the pain was so intense I had to go see a doctor. They did a sonogram and found I had some liquid located on the left side in my uterus but suggested more tests. So I had about 4 sonograms to find I have 2 cysts one of each side of in my uterus. I'm 28 yrs old and have no kids so you can understand how frustrating this could be. My husband and I were thinking about starting to try for a baby, having me go off the pill right now I'm confused as I can be. My doctor said is not a big deal because they're not big but the pain I get before, during & right after my period it's crazy.
I was in so much pain yesterday I couldn't walk on my own for about 1/2 hour, I think same thing as last time happened one of them cysts just busted, I can't describe the pain or even relate it to something I've had before, only thing I can say it's bad and hard to deal with, because they don't give you medicine to deal with the pain, just hang in there like that's going to help, I didn't go to the emergency room because they never find anything and always send you to follow up with your gyn, I just need something that will ease up the pain I already know I have the cysts.
If I was you I would go to the doctor and get 2nd opinions also, just like I did, they both had the same result, cysts in my uterus. Good luck, go to your doctor and to a 2nd one just to be sure, try to hang in there as much as you can, I'm trying to do the same thing and I know is not as easy to say it than to do it but it can be done.
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