Hi, this is the first time I have ever posted on anything like this, although I have often read for hours all the information available! I have been experiencing what can only be described as an ache very low down and to the left. Its can in no way be described as painfull but i am very aware its there. Its not there all the time, and sometimes its stronger than others. I also have a history of what I call UTI's although these have never been confirmed. I usually take antibiotics for this problem. Also, whenever I have had a urine sample tested, it often (but not always) has blood present. ~Also, whilst pregnant with my son (now 5) i was hospitalised with severe kidney pain and it turned out i had a large stone. This caused probs throughout my preg but it seemed to have dissolved (or somthing) as it was not present when they did an ultrasound straight after delivery. I also sometimes feel a dull ache in my lower back area (same sort of area as the pain i had in my kidneys although only vaguely there). I am going for a endoscopy next month which is routine as i have family history of bowel cancer. I dont know if these two things are linked. I have been trying to fall preg the last three months to no avail. I feel there is something wrong. Lastly, sometimes during orgasm (embarressing but I want to tell you everthing!) i have an unusual feeling of pain very low down (again, not a painful pain, but a pain nonetheless, it only lasts for the same length of time as the orgasm). I realise these symptons are a strange mix but any advice would be most welcome. I am due to have a smear test tomoro as I feel its necessary in light of my probs (It has been a while since my last one).
Obviously, the usual cancer worries are very there in my head and i am desperate to discover what is wrong.
Hi there. I'm so sorry you are having these problems. It is possible you might have an ovarian cyst but you need to get a transvaginal ultrasound to confirm. Please talk to your doctor about this. Since this is the Ovarian Cancer forum I would encourage you to update us on the Ovarian Cyst forum where you will get lots of good advice. Good luck!
I have just come across this site. I am desperate to find out what is wrong with me.
I have a what I guess is a dull ache very love on my left side perhaps slighly above my groin area. It's not what I would describe as painful but I know it's there. Most of the time I am not aware of it. I usually experience it when I have an orgasm. I have been to see my doctor who refered me for an ultra sound of my ovaries. Nothing apart from som fibroids were found. These I was told are nothing to worry about and should just leave.
I'm concerned as know this feeling is very much there. Like I said it's not actually what I would describe as painful but it does take the pleasure out of having an orgasm. My main concern is what is it?
I would appreciate any advice you can give me on the matter.
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