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I am 36 years old and the last few months I have had severe pain near my right ovary and am experiencing a watery , sometimes thick and gray discharge. Also sex is a bit painful and I bleed after sex. (Since I have had my IUD, I do not get periods) 2 weeks ago I had a pap smear and it was normal. A few days ago an ultrasound to check the location of my IUD and to check my ovaries. It was VERY painful when she viewed my right ovary :( But the ultrasound was normal. My docotor saw no sign of an infection upon my exam when I had the pap smear.
She is not sure what is causing my symptoms. Neither am I. I would really like to know what is causing this and for the pain to go away.
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