Hi i am wanting to ask a doctor if it is normal to have pain in your ovaries. I am a 21 year who is having pain in her right ovary . Most of the time it only hurts when i urinate, i am constantly on my ...
I am 30 years old and recently married. I had polycystic ovary in past(before 5 years it was diagnosed), but after taking medication it is cleared. But from last two months I have clots in my periods ...
ok.so,for the past week....ive had some problems with my heart and i am not sure if they are normal ... stiff and hurts if i move it from side to side.When i get these pains in my heart...it feels like ...
for celiacs also. Now, on scan they found multiple fibroids on my uterus and the report stated the right ovary ... seen bilaterally. Is this normal or does it mean there could be a problem with the ovaries?? the right ...
. Now hurt a little and is puffy. Is that normal bc the gap is now closed? And will it go away? Thank ...Hello, I ve had braces for about 5 months. I have a lot of gaps but the one between my two front ...
my ultrasound result say There is a 1.4 cm hypoechoic lesion in my left ovary with peripheral vascularity and Small normal peripheral follicles on ovaries?!!!?
The report may be suggestive of some inflammatory changes which need to correlate with your clinical condition.
my throat is hurting after my myomectomy, is that normal?
No after the myomectomy the throat should not hurt as there is no relation of uterus to it however if you were intubated and put on ventilator during the surgery then the throat can hurt because of the tube that was put in to connect to the ventilator.
It will get better on its own in some time
I've started the antibabypill and my period is much longer and i'm in worse pain than usually, is this normal, what could it be?
Longer period with pain is an indication of poly Cystic Ovarian Disease in young age group patient .
In my opinion consult a gynecologist and get in ultrasound of both ovaries.
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