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Pain on both sides of ovaries. Sexually active. Sign of pregnancy?

Hi I m hazel and I ve noticed that both sides of my ovaries are hurting is this a sign of becoming pregnant I m only 18 years old and yes I m very sexually active I m not on birthcontrol or anything and I don t use protection and when I do have sex my boyfriend always pulls out before he cums is there a possibility that I could be pregnant since my ovaries are hurting??
Asked On : Wed, 12 Dec 2012
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Pain over the site of the ovaries around the mid-cycle can be related to ovulation, but is usually short lived and also arises only on the side of ovulation. Pain on both sides calls for further investigation. It can be due to infection, pregnancy in extraordinary locations etc. So, please see a specialist for a proper evaluation and further management. Pre-ejaculate contains enough sperm to cause conception and hence, ejaculation is not necessary. Hope you find this information useful. Wish you good health.
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