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Constant ovary and lower back pain, pins and needles in hands and feet, tiredness. Reason?

Hello,
I have been getting a throbbing pain in my left ovary for a few months now. I have had a scan and nothing unusual was found. My doctor said it could be ovulation, however I get the pains during my period as well as throughout the month and always on the left side. I have also been having constant lower back pain which is getting worse and sometimes travels up my spine. I have been getting a throbbing pain also on the left side of my lower back and pins and needles a lot in my hands and feet. I feel quite tired a lot also.

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Wed, 15 May 2013
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Hello,

You're suffering from chronic lower abdominal and lower backache.
Pain during periods are a normal occurrence for many women and your gynecologist had ruled out and condition causing it.
You need to concentrate on the lower back ache.
You are giving history of radiculopathy also.
Any intervertebral disc prolapse or and nerve root problems should be excluded.
Consult an orthopedician.
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Constant ovary and lower back pain, pins and needles in hands and feet, tiredness. Reason?

Hello, You re suffering from chronic lower abdominal and lower backache. Pain during periods are a normal occurrence for many women and your gynecologist had ruled out and condition causing it. You need to concentrate on the lower back ache. You are giving history of radiculopathy also. Any intervertebral disc prolapse or and nerve root problems should be excluded. Consult an orthopedician.