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Started experiencing abdominal pain, loose stools, painful, was ovulating. What is wrong?

hey i ate breakfast this morning after i started experiencing abdominal pain mostly on the left side i thought i had to go number two i tried and got a little loose stool out but nothing major i have been hurting all day i took a shower and also noticed i was ovulating as well please tell me what u think it is and what i should do.
Asked On : Tue, 15 Oct 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Hi,
It appears you might be having abdominal discomfort due to ovulation.
Nothing to worry.
Take one antispasmodic tablet like Dicyclomine and you will be alright.
Take light diet to day.
Ok and take care.
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Ayurveda Specialist Dr. Munish Sood's  Response
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1. could be ovulation pain/ mid-cycle pain or mittelschmerz.
2. pain is felt on the right or left side depending on which ovary is releasing an egg.
3. mostly, ovulation pain doesn’t mean that anything is wrong. if pain is severe see your doctor for other unusual menstrual symptoms, such as heavy bleeding,salpingitis, PID,Endometriosis,Ovarian cyst,Ectopic pregnancy, Appendicitis, gastrointestinal problems[perforated ulcer, gastroenteritis and inflammatory bowel disease.
4.Tests that help determine whether ovulation pain is harmless may include:
Medical history,Physical examination [including an internal pelvic examination],
Blood tests,Cervical cultures,Abdominal ultrasound.Consult with your doctor to make sure that your ovulation pain isn’t caused by any underlying medical problem.

PS
1.Relax:rest in bed whenever you can.
2. Take anti-inflammatory drugs. See your doctor or pharmacist for recommendations.
3. Warmth on the lower abdomen may help.

See your doctor if you experience ovulation pain that lasts longer than three days, or if you have other symptoms such as heavy bleeding or discharge.
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