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... a couple of months ago, that I have a 2 cm cyst on my right ovary. I went for my follow up ultrasound yesterday and do not yet have the results. ... (6 replies)
... Thanks for your input! My pain level got too intense, so I gave in and called the doctor. I was told that a transvaginal US shouldn't normally cause this severe of pain. ... (6 replies)
... of mine. I never thought it was the ultrasound that caused me pain though, but the circumstances surrounding it. ... (6 replies)

... I am very sorry to hear that you are going through these worrisome symptoms and as difficult as it is at the moment, you need to try to keep a level head. Panicking will only aggravate the gastrointestinal symptoms that you are experiencing. Perhaps I can give you some advice which may help. ... (7 replies)
Is this Serious?
Sep 20, 2005
... gyn because my right breast started to leak something that looked like colostrum. But about a year or so I had been occasionally having severe pain on my left side during my period. But I have a very high pain tolerance level, so I wrote the pain off as bad cramps. ... (3 replies)
Crazy three weeks!
Jun 21, 2007
... I would ask for that and an ultrasound right away. If your doctor doesn't want to do it, really insist or find a new doctor. ... (9 replies)
... I am a 38 year old mother of two and I teach at the college level about an hour from my home. About six weeks ago, I started having pain in my right buttock. It was most painful to drive, then walk, and eventually got to where I could hardly stand. ... (3 replies)
... My future daughter in law went to the ER last week because of lower abdominal pain. They did blood work, pelvic, abdominal cat scan with contrast abdominal ultrasound and a trans vaginal ultrasound. ... (5 replies)
... I think you should talk to your doctor again. There's no reason to put up with this level of discomfort. I suspect progesterone pills or oral contraceptives are in your near future. ... (3 replies)
... Does a 40 on the CA 125 mean that "yes" there is some type of cancer in my body because there is a higher level of protein in my blood than normal? ... (3 replies)
... ears. Last year in August I quit taking the pill because I wanted to start a family. I haven't had a period since. In the last 8 years I have had my prolactin level monitored because my breasts produce milk. Although my levels were high, they were not high enough to be concerned. ... (0 replies)
... First, thanks to you all for your topical posts. They helped me get through the stress of the last two weeks. I was diagnosed with endometriosis two years ago and this past year had experienced the classic abdominal bloating, lower back pain, heavy bleeding, and excruciating menstrual cramps common to the disease. My symptoms became so debilitating that I finally had a... (0 replies)
Adnexal Mass
Jan 17, 2005
... I had the ct scan because of some pain in my upper left abdomen, just under my ribs. The ultrasound of the upper abdomen was normal. ... (5 replies)
... y've all said that it doesn't sound very likely that it's cancer, though obviously they've never seen my test results. One of them even said they'd seen a ca125 level of 900 in a woman who didn't have cancer. ... (13 replies)
... t could be done to prevent them. They monitored them for a little bit, then just stopped since back then they were thought to be simple. I told the doctors the pain was getting worse if anything not better. ... (11 replies)
... Due to your level of anxiety and pain, with just cause, I would go back to your gyno. and have a candid discussion about your concerns and confusion. ... (3 replies)
... Mommyandwifey is correct. The ovarian cysts may actually have NOTHING to do with the pain that your aunt is experiencing. They may be normal follicular cysts that come and go with ovulation. ... (7 replies)
... ne has any suggestions. I am 36 years old and for many years I have had irregular PAPS. I was told it was HPV and that my doctors were watching it. I have had pain in my lower left side since November. I figured it was a kidney stone and that it would pass. So far, it has not. ... (1 replies)
... No, she hasn't said anything, but her energy level has fallen, she seems to have been going to bed much earlier than usual over the last month or so. ... (26 replies)

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