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Sharp pain shooting from rectum. Why is ovary area painful too? Help?

Hello, Occasionally, i have very very sharp pain that feel like it shoots up from my rectum maybe about 2-3 inches up the centre of my body. The pain is paralying, and only lasts about 30 seconds. I don t know if it is related, but I also have pretty severe pain in the ovary area, usually on the right side, and this often lasts longer to the tune of 2-3 minutes. I find that when I push it slight relives it, and also if I lay down and bring my knees up. I ve had an endoscopy and there were no signs of cysts or endometriosis . This is not indigestion, as I know what that feels like. Any ideas? I m 29, but have been experiencing these problems for 6 years, I have a 4 yr old child, I have no family history of cancers, and I feel I am otherwise healthy with a vegetarian diet. 5 7 , 125 lbs. Thank you so very much
Asked On : Sat, 16 Jun 2012
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Since you said the endoscopy ( i presume it is colonoscopy) is normal, then you need not worry. if entire colon is not examined, please get it done first and also ultrasound abdomen. if both are normal. there is a possibilty of this being IBS (irritable bowel syndrome) but chances of cancer are almost absent
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