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Feeling sharp abdominal pain with pressure in vagina. What could be causing this?

Hi, I have a bloating pressure feeling inside of my vagina . It doesn t necessarily hurt to urinate but I have to intimate frequently. Also, in my lower right abdomen every once in a while there is a sharp stabbing pain. What could be the problem? My sister had 3rd stage ovarian cancer at age 23 which is how old I am now. She was just going in to get a cyst removed when they found it.
Asked On : Thu, 17 Jan 2013
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Because your sister was diagnosed with Ovarian Cancer,you too have to be investigated.
Increased frequency of urination may be due to Urinary tract infection.Pressure in the vagina may be due to infection in it or from surrounding structures.
Appendicitis,Right Ureteric colic and Right Ovarian pathology has to be ruled out by routine investigations like Ultrasound abdomen.
Consult your local doctor.
If you review with reports,i can clarify further.
All the best.
Answered: Thu, 17 Jan 2013
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