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Steady pain from right ovary to leg. History of HPV and mild cervical dysplasia. Cause for pain?

I am having steady pain run from my right ovary down to my leg. I also didnt have a period this month which is highly irregular for me and all my pregnancy tests come up negative. In the past I was diagnosed with HPV and had mild cervical dysplasia . I was told about 2 years ago that the dysplasia went away on its own. I am 23 years old with no children.. I had a issue with a minor cyst a year ago, but it had already burst by the time I was able to get an ultrasound. please help.
Asked On : Mon, 25 Feb 2013
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Thank you for the can get one test called serum b-hCG .If it is elevated go for repeat serum b-hCG after 48hours.this will help you in ruling out pregnancy.Meanwhile I suggest one ultrasound abdomen and pelvis which will help to find out the cause for your could be a cause related to uterus and ovaries or it could be non gynaecological also.
Also,it is important to get a physical examination done by a gynaecologist.
You can use anti spasmodics like Buscopan and pain relieving medication like Ultracet for your symptoms.Hope you find this answer helpful
Answered: Thu, 5 Sep 2013
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