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Intermittent sharp pain in the lower abdomen. Cyst in the ovary. Had ablation in the past. Suggestions?

ok, I have experienced intermittent sharp pains and cramping in both sides of my lower abdomen, cervix and rectum, as if I was being stabbed in the ovaries and a stick up my but, to be blunt. The pain has been daily, about five to 8 episodes per day for two weeks, starting suddenly one day. The pain is only in one place at a time, and at different places throughout the day. I had an ultra sound done last wednesday and it said aside from a small cyst on my right ovary, the pelvic exam was normal. I see the doctor tomorrow to discuss other tests.
My bowels have been fine, no bleeding. I am 49 and had an ablation 2 years ago so I haven't had a period since.
I am going crazy dealing with this on top of other stress -
Asked On : Thu, 28 Mar 2013
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Thank you for choosing Healthcaremagic. After analyzing your symptoms i feel your symptoms are unrelated to ovarian pathology. As you are not having any bowel probelm, GIT pathology is ruled out. After excluding these conditions, I feel you are suffering from pelvic inflammatory disease. I usually give a course of antibiotics for my patients with similar complaints. Hope it might releive your symptoms.
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Answered: Sat, 20 Jul 2013
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