I am having sharp right lower abdominal pain, nausea, dry heaves, low grade fever that suddenly started about 2 hours ago. I was just driving and the pain, nausea and dry heaves started simultaneously. I have had my appendix removed. I have PCOS and had a left oopherectomy due to large ovarian cysts rupturing, needing to be drained and pain. I have never had a cyst on my right ovary. I am on birth control but saturday and sunday I had brown spotting not normal for me. I should start my period in a week. Any suggestions?
If you have been exeriencing pain associated with nausea and a fever, I would recommend that you see your gynecologist as soon as possible or go to the ER to be sure you also don't have an infection. It is good you are on birth control and this will help with your pcos and h/o ovarian cysts, but your current complaints need to be evaluated to be sure you are well. good luck and take care.
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