i havent excercised in a long time , but when i did , i noticed my left side of my body would feel twice the burn then my right side. not only my legs but my abdominal area..also i always know when im ovulating because i can feel some discomfort where my left ovary would be... NEVER my right side... but that was that, i didnt think anything except maybe i only have one functioning ovary? other then that i didnt think much of it until recently ..i was recently pregnant but i only made it to 5 weeks :( , but during those 5 weeks i had sore breast ..well ONE sore breast & that was my left breast .& the entire time i only felt pain where my left ovary would be ... & about a year back i went to the E.R b/cuz of severe pain on my left side of my head & ear ..they ran some x rays & found that it was due to all 4 of my wisdom teeth growing in the wrong directions... but why didnt i feel it on my right side... i recently put 2 & 2 together & figured there might be something wrong ..i really dont know if theres something wrong with my left ? or with my right side? does my left feel TOO much pain or does my right feel too little ? i was wondering if anyone has every gone through this? also when i get headaches i only feel them one the right side of my head
This is a very interesting question. I'm looking forward to the answers of other members who are medical professionals. I researched a little and confirmed that the right hemisphere of the brain controls the muscles on the left side of the body. Since you feel headache pain only on the right side of your head, it makes more sense to me. In my humble opinion, I would recommend that you discuss this with your doctor. It is possible that you have some funky neural pathways in your brain, or that something is impeding communication between the two hemispheres. I, however, would not be so bold as to guess what might be causing this. Please keep us posted if you see your doctor.
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