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    I am on a daily basis having severe ovarian pain. It feels like my ovaries are going to pop. It makes me cry it hurts so bad. I haven't had a period in 3 months, and I don't associate the pain with my body trying to have a normal cycle seeing as how it is every day. It gets worse in the evening and the worst ever around nighttime. I was wondering if any other women had constant pain like this?

    What do I do about it? I keep thinking I need to go to the ER but I hate hospitals and I don't have insurance.
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    I wouldn't go to the ER, but you do need to see a doc. If a regular doc is not possible, is there a women's clinic or a Planned Parenthood nearby you can see?
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    Yep go to your doctor and do labs and an u/s. It could very well be ovulation but it could be a very large cyst as well.
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    Thank you so much! I will get in contact with my doctor.
    Age: 23
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    It could very well be ovulation but it could be a very large cyst as well.

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    Oh No I Would Definentely be seeing The ER .. Hopefully they Will Do A Scan And Bloods To Get Down To The Problem .. Its Not Fair To Be In So Much PAin .. Any Chance A Cyst Has Ruptured?
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    Definitely do NOT go to the ER! They are terrible with this sort is thing and will probably confuse the situation more. Go to your OB gyn and get labs and an u/s. The ER will also open you up to a world of flu gGermans other bugs you don't need. It's a waste of time and money unless your pain is just unbearably bbad and you can't function.


    I personally would never go to the ER unless I were having a heart attack or had a broken bone.

    Alicia- our ERs here are probably much different from yours. It's not somewhere to go with gyn,ttc or pg issues ever as they just aren't equipped for it. It's about a 6 he wait if you are lucky in a room with the sickest people around just to have them tell you to follow up with your ob/gyn. It's not worth it as I said above unless its a true emergency. This does not sound like it is at all. It's also very expensive!
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    Quote Originally Posted by brookesysgirl View Post
    Oh No I Would Definentely be seeing The ER .. Hopefully they Will Do A Scan And Bloods To Get Down To The Problem .. Its Not Fair To Be In So Much PAin .. Any Chance A Cyst Has Ruptured?
    I have no idea if a cyst has ruptured, I guess I need to find out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Katie_Lucey View Post
    Definitely do NOT go to the ER! They are terrible with this sort is thing and will probably confuse the situation more. Go to your OB gyn and get labs and an u/s. The ER will also open you up to a world of flu gGermans other bugs you don't need. It's a waste of time and money unless your pain is just unbearably bbad and you can't function.


    I personally would never go to the ER unless I were having a heart attack or had a broken bone.

    Alicia- our ERs here are probably much different from yours. It's not somewhere to go with gyn,ttc or pg issues ever as they just aren't equipped for it. It's about a 6 he wait if you are lucky in a room with the sickest people around just to have them tell you to follow up with your ob/gyn. It's not worth it as I said above unless its a true emergency. This does not sound like it is at all. It's also very expensive!
    You do have a point, the only thing I am worried about is a ruptured cyst which can cause more problems.
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    Definitely see if there's a womens' clinic you can go to. Their fees are often on a sliding scale.
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    You would know if you had a ruptured cyst! They will immediately double you over in pain, soon followed by extreme fatigue and nausea. There is no mistaking it. It's a sharp fast super intense pain that does not last more than a few minutes- not days. I still think you should go to a doc and get it checked out if its still going on, but definitely not the ER.
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    Sorry I Guess Our ERs Are Way Different But Id Definently See Your Doctor Then Goodluck
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    Quote Originally Posted by defygravity View Post
    Definitely see if there's a womens' clinic you can go to. Their fees are often on a sliding scale.
    Ok thanks much
    Age: 23
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    Quote Originally Posted by Katie_Lucey View Post
    You would know if you had a ruptured cyst! They will immediately double you over in pain, soon followed by extreme fatigue and nausea. There is no mistaking it. It's a sharp fast super intense pain that does not last more than a few minutes- not days. I still think you should go to a doc and get it checked out if its still going on, but definitely not the ER.
    Ok then maybe it isn't a ruptured cyst. I will get a hold of my doctor
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    It certdinly doesn't sound like that to me. How many days of pain now? Getting any better or changing at all?
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