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Follicle on ovary. Why is it causing abdominal pain?

Here is the results of an ultrasound I had done yesterday, could you please explain about what the small follicle on right ovary means. Is that what is causing me pain? However my pain is on my left lower abdominal area. Is this result basically saying they could not find anything causing my pain? STUDY:1. Limited pelvic ultrasound.2. Endovaginal pelvic ultrasound. DATE: 7/19/2012. INDICATIONS: Left pelvic pain . FINDINGS: The uterus is not enlarged measuring 8.4 x 4.8 x 5.5 cm. The endometrium measures 7.4 mm in thickness. No intrinsic uterine massesare present. Both ovaries are adequately visualized and demonstrateappropriate flow. There is a small follicle of the right ovary. Thereis no evidence of dominant cysts or adnexal free fluid. The bladder isunremarkable. Impression IMPRESSION: Mildly enlarged follicles of the right ovary, otherwiseunremarkable study. There is no evidence of significant ovarian cystsor adnexal free fluid.IMPRESSION: Mildly enlarged follicles of the right ovary, otherwiseunremarkable study. There is no evidence of significant ovarian cystsor adnexal free fluid.
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