... strep in Jan and about a month later, the fatigue started and its been downhill since. In late march, I went to a gyn and got my yearly with bimanual exam and about a week later I started to notice intermittent pain in my RLQ pelvic area. ... (5 replies)
A week before my last period, I had a sharp, stabbing pelvic pain two days in a row (one episode lasted for 10 minutes and the next lasted for 1 minute). They may have been gas-related, as I did get some relief after passing gas.
Two days before beginning my period, I started having twinges in the area of my left ovary/next to my left hip accompanied by a dull back... (2 replies)
... What's even stranger is that my former PCP's office received the labs in the mail from my endo and proactively called me in because "the doctor wanted me to come in for a physical"...doesn't that sound odd to you? ... (12 replies)
... I believe it's in the area of my left ovary. ... (12 replies)
... I have multi cyst on both ovaries. They can flare up and cause the symptoms that you are describing. I was given birth control to help with the cyst. After a few years I had to switch the BC pills cause my body became use to them and the pains came back.
It can still be a bladder infection even though the pain is when you finish urination.
Some of the things you... (12 replies)
... I would also like to mention that a lot of the time it's not a burning sensation, just a generic pain. ... (12 replies)
... I also would like to add that I sometimes get the pelvic pain when I do get my menses.
In fact, I had the pain today when I got my menses. I also experienced lower back pain. All the pain was on the left hand side.
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... and it's not always a burning sensation... ... (12 replies)
... I have had first hand experience with ovrian cancer...my Grandma died from it last July. Burning while you pee is not a symptom. That is a urinary tract infection. Out of curiousity, what are the several other symptms you have had? ... (12 replies)
... I was diagnosed with ovarian cancer 2 years ago. I have never experianced any burning except before I had cancer and I had a bladder infection. But everyone reacts a little different. ... (12 replies)
... I was wondering if anyone out there with Ovarian Cancer had a burning sensation in your pelvic area, particularly after you urinate. I've never seen this listed as a symptom and I was wondering if any of you had it. ... (12 replies)
... o contrast done on my lumbar spine, and found moderates amount of free fluid in the right side of my pelvis. ... (3 replies)
... Hi! Sorry it took so long to get back to you all. My U/S came back normal.
I guess I will have to keep digging to figure out where the pain is coming from...althought I now feel the IBS or the fibromyaglia is probably the culprit.
Thank you to everyone who prayed and showed support. I really appreciate it.
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... So Alesis...I'm curious how your ultrasound went. I hope you got good news. (12 replies)
... Burning sensation in pelvis? ... (4 replies)
... the pain on the left side, is it right where your left ovary would be? could it be colon spasms? I've been having pains off and on right there since mid Dec, somedays I don't have it, other days its all day long off and on. my gyn doctor wrote it off as colon spasms. my primary care doctor has ordered me an ultrasound and a lower abdominal x-ray because she didn't feel it... (12 replies)
... I'm sorry that you are in so much pain. ... (7 replies)
... Just wondering because I have had severely excrutiating right sided pain, in the front and the back, going down my leg. ... (0 replies)
... d hit my knee HARD. It bruised. About 4 days later i started experiencing low low back pain. Like buttocks area. It got better gradually and today I feel no pain in back or legs. ... (4 replies)
... ly. Then it resumes once I am done taking the useless meds.The new gastrointestinal stuff has been going on for the past two weeks now. I sleep constantly and am in a lot of pain. I just do not feel "right".I went to the urologist, and she was even worse! ... (1 replies)