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Suggest treatment for ovarian pain and cramps

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Posted on Mon, 11 Jan 2016
Question: Hi There!
I have the usual hot flashes and sleepless night, restless leg, can't sleep then days I cn't get out of bed. These I have treated with over the counter estroven which has work quite well for all the symptoms with the exception of ovary pain. I have such pain and nausea with my left ovary that it keeps me awake at night or will awaken me. It's discerning and worryson=me , any suggestions?
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Answered by Dr. Aarti Abraham (3 hours later)
Brief Answer:
Could be an ovarian cyst

Detailed Answer:
Hi there.
The rest of your symptoms are typically post menopausal.
They will ease out with time and estroven.
Ovarian pain and cramps are also associated with menopause, but then estroven should have helped that too.
Please get an evaluation for the pain.
There could be a cyst or inflammation there, causing such agonizing pain.
Please get a pelvic and abdominal ultrasound done, and an internal evaluation by an OB - GYN.
That would reveal the diagnosis.
HOpe your annual Paps are fine ?
looking forward to hearing from you.
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Suggest treatment for ovarian pain and cramps

Brief Answer: Could be an ovarian cyst Detailed Answer: Hi there. The rest of your symptoms are typically post menopausal. They will ease out with time and estroven. Ovarian pain and cramps are also associated with menopause, but then estroven should have helped that too. Please get an evaluation for the pain. There could be a cyst or inflammation there, causing such agonizing pain. Please get a pelvic and abdominal ultrasound done, and an internal evaluation by an OB - GYN. That would reveal the diagnosis. HOpe your annual Paps are fine ? looking forward to hearing from you.