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Trying to conceive. Painful in ovarian area, discomfort, have PCOS. What is wrong?

Hi there. My boyfriend and I have been trying to concieve for over a year but no luck so far. For the past few months I have been getting pains in where I'd imagine my ovaries are. Usually the left side is more painful/uncomfortable. It feels like there's an air bubble that won't pop and kind of a dull ache. I'm so worried about what it might be. I think I have pcos but haven't been diagnosed as yet. I'm at the doctor on Tuesday to talk about it. What does the pain in my ovaries sound like it could be?
Asked On : Tue, 15 Oct 2013
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1. as you have not been examined or undergone any investigations thus causes will be directed towards "pain in ovary AREA". [ovarian cyst, Endometriosis]
2. because symptom(s) are persisting from 1 year, thus chronic pain is established.
3. your General Practitioner will diagnose ovarian pain depending on the suspected cause.Your GP will take your medical history, carry out a physical examination [pelvic], investigations [ultrasound,blood test,hormonal profile] and ask relevant questions about the pain.

PS: although ovary is located in this region, so are other organs, such as bowels, so IBS [irritable bowel syndrome] can be included.
Answered: Tue, 15 Oct 2013
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