September 23, 2016 1:29pm CST
Okay, guys I warned you not to read this. I don't care if you do I just said that for your own sake. Anyway, ladies, I feel like I "pulled" an ovary. I'm just describing what it feels like, not what I think it is. Months ago, I felt the same way for about a three week period. I waited to see a doctor because I knew my "well woman exam" (what they term it) was coming up. Well, the pain went away about two weeks before my appointment so I just let it go. However, yesterday, the pain returned. I'm in really bad pain when I stand up, or climb the stairs up to my apartment. Any thoughts on the culprit? Sitting, I'm fine.
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• United States
23 Sep 16
Oh my - well if you're in bad pain, then definitely have that checked out! There are muscles in that area that we unknowingly use a lot to help us stand up or move . . . so to feel pain during what should be "normal" activities, your body is telling you something is going on.
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• Garden Grove, California
23 Sep 16
Sounds to me like you pulled a muscle that can be at time really horrible painful but no dpctor too if it is you will need to see him or her anywayt as you will meed a muscle relaxant to stop thje pan and undo the up tight muscle..do see your doctor Am,bie really
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
25 Sep 16
Sounds serious. I would get to the doctor and find out what it is. I say that because the only time that has happened to me I had a tubal pregnancy. Although if that were the case with you, you would be pushing up daisy's by now. Still it would be a good idea to get it checked out.
24 Sep 16
If it is on the right hand side it could be your appendix. Otherwise, you may have a little ovarian cyst that flares up when you ovulate. Those are most painful-says the voice of experience. Have you tried using a heating pad when its the worse or even a light massage?
• Bangalore, India
24 Sep 16
if it is a pulled muscle, you could try a hot water bag, that does a good job of loosening things up...if this doesn't fix it then visiting a doc might be the best call...visit the doctor even if the pain goes away, since it returns, you need to know if something else can fix it permanently.