Hi ladies. I hope everyone is well. I have been pain free since my pain in January. I am sooooo confused now. I am going to call and schedule a follow up ultrasound as recommended on the u/s report. But, I do have a question. Can fibroids/cyst cause back pain after strenous activity? This pain could be completely unrelated and could just be a bad back. I did go to the doctor last year because the pain was so bad in the morning that I would have to slide out of the bed in the morning. Doctor just did an examination and prescribed some muscle relaxers. This could have been injured/strained when I was doing some gardening and digging up a shrub. But I am just wondering if fibroids or a cyst in the ovary can cause such lower back pain after strenous activity or if the pain is just due to the activity itself.
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