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Pain in right ovary?
September 27, 2009 4:39PM
Pain in the right ovary oftn occurs with PCOS as the folicles increase. Each year one should get a pelvic ultrasound done to monitor the behaviour of PCOS which can also influence cysts in the ovaries. Be in constant visit with a gyne.
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I am wondering too. My left ovary was completely stuck behind my cervix, from adhesions. I was in pain for about a year. Before that, I was in pain with the same ovary, had laproscopy to remove the adhesions and I was pain free for 4 months. I was being treated for endometriosis without a confirmed diagnosis. So, As I was being scheduled for laproscopy again to remove the adhesions this time, I asked the doc to just remove the ovary. It keeps getting stuck, and I am sick of being in pain! Well, while they were giving me Pre op testing, I found out that the RIGHT ovary was the size of a softball and pushing everything over to the left...yet the left was stuck behind the middle! I had the surgery, they removed the adhesions, and the left ovary. I had a biopsy done on the right ovary and had the cyst removed. I have an appointment in 2 days. I am hoping that if the right ovary was bad news, or if they found endometriosis, I would have been notified....then again , it is less then a week ago and I am going to find out in 2 days. Waiting SUCKS! I am married and 32. Thankfully, I have 2 beautiful girls (a 2 year old biologically and a 12 year old that we adopted) and our family is complete. I am hopeing the right ovary is ok, because if I lose that one, it means menapause in my 30's...which could not be fun for ANYONE. I will post when I find the results.
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According to medical studies, one of the major causes that has been found out for left ovary pain is cysts formation in the left ovary. Studies showed that a percentage of 95 ovarian cysts are benign, which means patients need not worry at an early stage. But if the pain gets bad and intolerable and patients feel pain often, this can indicate the cysts are malignant. Apart from this, there are some causes which are rare such as the patients may experience left ovarian pain due to hemorrhage in left ovary. This can be mainly caused by egg donation or previous surgeries. Hope this helps.
Is there any possible ovary pain related to taking birth control?
Hello, Your question is: Is there any possible ovary pain related to taking birth control? Some Women do experience occassional pain around the Ovary area when they first start taking birth control pills. However, any pain should be reported to your physcian. Please note this is advice only & should not be used in place of a medical evaluation.