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Help severe pain right side

Hi all, I should be starting my menstrual today or tomorrow. I am on birth control and while I had missed my pill once or twice I always took it the next day like suppose to. My issue is I am severe sharp pain on my right side. My pills show I should have started Wensday, but I knows body I start 3 days later typically. So, while I am not worried about pregnancy I am tired of this pain. It has been there all day. Could it still be cyst on my ovaries, even with birth control. I got those alot when I was younger but the birthcontrol was suppose to help. I am in pain any advice will help! May god bless you all.

Kimberly
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It could be a cyst (I had one after I'd been on birth control a while) or it could be appendicitis since it is on the right side.  Are you running a temperature?  Is the pain getting worse?  I would go get checked out sooner rather than later.
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I don't get fever. The pain isn't getting worse it just hurts. I am more worried of pregnancy, but at the same time my menstrual always comes a little late. I hate cyst when I was 13 they made me end up in the hospital. Is there anything I can do if its cyst or to bring on my cycle. Over the last few months my menstrual has come a few days late, and the pain has been there. Help me, I just want to start already.
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