Pain starting in my vagina and al ovary
I hope you are doing better and I just thought I would add my 2 cents.
It's been my experience that pain is always for a reason. Do you have a fever, lack of appetite, nausea or any other symptoms? Endometriosis started that way... I thought it was a yeast infection and things turned bad very fast... got a high fever, dizzy, light headed, and couldn't eat. I wish I went to the doctors sooner. But I have had ovarian cysts and I find them quite painful. Most of these cysts go away on their own but I suffered while they were here.
Hope this helps
Hello. Some women are very sensitive to ovulation. I would often find I knew when I was ovulating when a quick sharp pain would happen.
However, I also had fibroid tumors which would flare up with my cycle. Some would grow larger and hurt. Since these are benign we tended to watch them and see how they were doing. So I suggest you go to a gynecologist to be examined. My general doctor did not catch it and I had a lot of troubles because of it. Usually they do an ultrasound, take a look and keep watch. It does not mean a hysterectomy. They never become cancer and will shrink with age.
Another possibility is an ovarian cyst. These hurt like crazy, double you over and should be seen by a doctor or ER right away. The pain is from internal bleeding and can affect future fertility. So when in doubt, see someone now.
Any or all of these are possibilities. Women are complex. See the gynecologist and sort out what is going on. You will be much better for it. Karen
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