I found a lump the size of a large pea on my pubic mound (left side) near my groin. Today I woke up with shooting pain from the area upward toward my left ovary. I am overweight and I sit all day at work. At first I thought the lump might be an ingrown hair but I do not see any redness or outward sign of a problem. The lump is under the skin in the fatty-fleshy part over my pubic bone. I also have fibromyalgia and my stress level has been through the roof lately so that is acting up also. I do not know if the pain in my left groin/ovary has anything to do with the fibro or not. My doctor told me that I am beginning menopause. Could this be another possible reason for this onset of pain? Please let me know.
I feel like I was reading about me. I was actually looking for these specific symptoms. Except my pain shoots downward. I went to the Dr. today and will be getting an abdominal ultrasound to check for ovarian cysts, but when I tried to explain and show her the painful area on my pubic mound she did not seem to get what I was saying. I did notice that the lump was actually symetrical to the right side, but on that side it is smaller and painless. Let me know what you find out. Thanks!
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