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Abdominal pain with fever, mild swelling over the area which intensifies on lying. History of PCOS. Treatment advise?

I am a forty five year old female, with right laaower abdominal pain without fever. I do have mild swelling in that area. The pain intesifies while lying supine. I have a history of ovarian cysts and have irregular periods. I have constipation and frequent indigestion. The pain is the biggest issue and is not responding to tylenol or NSAIDS.
Asked On : Sun, 22 Jul 2012
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Lower abdominal pain with swelling with history of ovarian cyst.
You need a reevaluation of your ovarian cyst.
Pain is mostly associated with ovarian cyst.
Answered: Wed, 12 Jun 2013
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