I'm 38 y.o. I've had intermittent right hip pain with catching and clicking since an injury a few years ago (never had the injury checked out - thought I had just pulled a groin muscle). Over the past few months, however, the pain has worsened (and is more constant) and has spread to the right side of my lower back. The pain is affecting daily routines such as sitting, driving, exercising, and sleeping. It hurts to wear jeans. I recently had an MRI, ordered by my orthopedist, to rule out a labral tear. I found out yesterday that the pain isn't a cartilage tear, but probably the result of an endometrioma. I have diminished ovarian reserve and unsuccessfully tried an agressive IVF treatment almost 2 years ago. I also have a history of uterine fibroids, uterine polyps, mild endometriosis, and an occluded right fallopian tube. I haven't seen my GYN about this yet (he didn't return my call yesterday) so I've been researching the internet for answers. The more I read, the more I'm scared that I may have ovarian cancer as I've also had a lot of gas (especially in the evenings), irregular bowel movements, bloating, lower back pain, and have gone up a couple of pant sizes over the past couple of months (and I've always been very skinny). Over the past couple of days, I've had a urinary tract infection (my second one in 6 years) and a yeast infection (my second one in 4 months). Is it possible I have ovarian cancer or is it more likely that I really do have an endometrioma? If I do have an endometrioma, will I most likely have my right ovary/fallopian tube removed?