Ovarian cysts symptoms groin pain

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I started to get my period almost every 10 days, give or take a couple and it lasts longer than usual. I have low back pain, leg and hip pain, and groin pain in my left groin. I am bloated and I get fairly bad abdominal pain and/or indigestion. I also have been going between diarrhea and constipation. And I have to urinate a lot. I've also been having a little shortness of breath, which seems to show up after I have eaten an then feel more bloated than before I have eaten.
Yes, those symptoms can be associated with cysts. I have bloated up immensely and have to wear very loose yoga or track pants to be comfortable. I have pain down my legs and sometimes it pushes on my groin so much I have to limp. Some doctors pooh pooh this while others do understand how uncomfortable this can be. Good luck with your appointment. Please keep us posted.
Has anyone had cysts return and return that quickly?? The pain is getting worse and worse and the agonizing pain in my hip and groin is also returning. During and after sex is becoming more and more uncomfortable and painful. I am confused as to how a problem with my colon can cause the exact same pain as prior to surgery and hip pain... I had a colonoscopy and endoscopy in 2007 and it came back just fine. A little insight would be great. The pain is starting to affect my work day.
I had an ultrasound Tuesday because of abdominal pain with a long history of ovarian cysts. They found a 5.5cm complex cystic/solid right adnexal mass. It states the differential diagnosis includes Endometrioma, complex hemorrhagic cyst, or cystic ovarian neoplasm. I have had 3 surgeries in the past to remove chocolate, simple, and deremoid cysts. I've approximately have had 20 or so either resolve or rupture on there own.
One month after delivering my daughter by Casearean section I experienced the same symptoms Sheila has. The groin pain, tingling sensation in my inner thigh, a crawling prickly pain which would get worse just after sitting for some time. I saw five different doctors and all told me there was nothing wrong with me. At one instance I also felt the tingling crawling sensation on my cheek. Last year I went to a neurologist who ordered an MRI of the brain and lumbar.
I have been dealing with abdomen pain (which at times can be quite severe), lower back pain, right hip pain (in the groin/joint area), fatigue, weight gain, constipation, and pain when having a bowel movement. I was referred to a GI specialist who ordered a CT of the abdomen and pelvis. The only thing that came back was a "4.9 cm well defined, thin walled cystic lesion at midline in posterior culdesac?...possible GI duplication cyst?....unclear....endemetrioma is not excluded....
he examined me more thoroughly and told me my urine wasnt infected and the such as back and groin pain may be due to ovarian cysts and told me to have another follow up with my GP and that i may need a scan. i am generally feeling fatigued and washed out...the dull pain is nagging and im feeling dizzy and near to fainting at times. i am getting tired of being fobbed off by my own GP and would like to know if these are possible symptoms of ovarian cysts ....
Back pain, and abdominal pain can be related to ovarian cysts but can also be related to another problem. I hope that the pain is resolved soon!
Back pain is soooo common with ovarian cysts! It seems they press on everything. I am glad that you are seeing a gyn/onc. Believe me, they are no strangers to what is going on inside of you. Although 99% of ovarian cysts, tumors, and masses are benign, you are very wise to seek medical attention. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
You really need to see a gyn. Make an appt ASAP. Ovarian cysts can cause all of the symptoms that you have mentioned. Please keep in mind that 99% of ovarian cysts are BENIGN. You have come to the right place as there are many wonderful women here who have been in the same place you are and can help you. I myself had 2 dermoid cysts (benign) which caused the same problems you are going through. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
But I don't feel any lump in the right abdomen (I could feel a lump with my left ovary). Many of you have said you felt pain with ovarian cysts. Does this sound like a cyst problem or just me being too chubby in the tummy and needing exercise?
Hi, I am one week out from L4-5 fusion predominatly for right groin pain along with hip pain and butt pain that was unstable. I later developed searing pain in my left calf. The shots worked for a few days and then failed. The purpose of the shots, I heard, was to determine where the nerves were affected. If the shots worked for even an hour, then they provided a definitive source of the pain. I don't know my outcome yet.
I'm worried I have ovarian cancer and the doctor mistook it for functional cysts. What is causing this pain? Can ovarian cancer be mistaken for functional cysts? The doctor said there's no threat of me having ovarian cancer because I'm too young and my CA-125 is normal. He doesn't think my reflux problem is related to my pelvic pain. Does anyone have any advice?
I have low back pain, leg and hip pain, and groin pain in my left groin. I am bloated and I get fairly bad abdominal pain and/or indigestion. I also have been going between diarrhea and constipation. And I have to urinate a lot. I've also been having a little shortness of breath, which seems to show up after I have eaten an then feel more bloated than before I have eaten. I had a transvaginal ultrasound that found a left cyst 4.5x4.4x3.4 and my left ovary messured 5.3x4.7x3.5.
Like sweetpea, I'm not a doctor. I was diagnosed with Ovarian Cancer in April and I did not have pain. Not all cysts are cancerous. So, the question I would ask is, if the cyst is suspicious enough to be considered cancerous. Your Ob/Gyn may want to schedule a different test (such as CT) to rule cancer out. If it is not suspicious enough, your doctor will tell you. If you are uncomfortable with the answers your gyn gives you, seek a second opinion as sweetpea has suggested.
I've had both recurrent ovarian cysts and major thyroid problems (mine was cancer but its rare) and some of your symptoms could be attributed to thyroid problems (which often go hand-in-hand with ovarian cysts and Type II diabetes). Simple blood work it's worth checking - sometimes when one thing goes crazy in the endocrine system it will affect another. If the pain is too much go to the emergency room!
My symptoms include (and are worsening each day) extreme indigestion, nausea (24/7) unexplained upper abdominal pain, lower back pain, pain and numbness in my thighs, lower abdominal pain, no menstruation (although a slight amount of vaginal bleeding). HELP!!!!
I had the very same pain! This type of pain seems to be common with ovarian cysts. Although small, they can press on nerves causing pain. I see you are on the watch and wait. I suggest that you seek a 2nd opinion with a gyn/onc. Not because of cancer, but because they are specialists in the female reproductive area and have seen it all. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
I do have palpable groin and cervical lymph nodes that were persistent for 2 months that I have noticed. I have text book symptoms for ovarian cancer, cysts, and endometriosis as they are very similar. Of all the symptoms, my urinary issues are the worst. I have hesitancy, frequency increased, and strength of stream that is weak. After waiting a while to empty my bladder, a throbbing pain to my pelvic region is there once emptied.
I have been battling low back pain for over 7 years. Then last fall I got new symptoms: groin pain, pain in buttock area, and trouble sitting down --- these have gotten worse and I have pain sitting anywhere even recliners or sofas etc. I have had some cramping, but really have not thought anything about it because the other pain tends to overpower it. I had CT scan to check this new pain. That is where the cysts were noticed. Then had a vaginal ultrasound a few days ago.
Ovarian torsion is the twisting of the ovary due to some other issue. Sometimes, ovarian cysts or fibromas will also cause ovarian torsion. The classic symptom of ovarian torsion is the sudden onset of extreme lower abdominal pain that radiates to the back, side and thigh. Nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and constipation can also occur. Drs often try to shrink the cyst and monitor it for a few cycles hoping it will dissipate without surgery. And, yes, a cyst could burst - that's pretty painful.
Although 99% of ovarian cysts, tumors and masses are benign, please do not ignore your symptoms. Ovarian cysts can cause a whole host of symptoms including gi problems, lower back and hip pain, fluctuating hormonal levels (which can cause their own set of problems). Please get the 2nd opinion.
I felt like I had a baby, my kidneys do hurt, under my ribcage hurts...From my bra line down to my groin (very upper inner thighs I have been in extreme pain. It has moved a lot right now it is mostly in my kidneys and upper abdomen (in between my ribs) My PCP said she thought I had a cyst rupture weeks ago(no proof though) and that my pain is from fluid moving around in my peritoneum. Does this pain sound like anything anyone here has experienced with ovarian cysts???
I've researched as much as I can so am wondering if anyone has any ideas of what could cause these symptoms other than ovarian cancer and gallstones (my symptoms don't come on after eating-they are present all the time). I had thought gallstones at first. Now I'm concerned that it might be ovarian cancer and I cannot get the VA to assist me with this issue. I cannot afford private medical currently. Thanks in advance for any assistance.
Welcome to the site. Let me first tell you that 99% of ovarian cysts are BENIGN!! 2ndly they do cause all of the symptoms that you have been experiencing. I am glad you got the second opinion, but perhaps a 3rd might be called for. You will get plenty of answers and support hear. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
My doctor believed I had a UTI that had traveled to my kidneys as I was frequently going to the toilet and, what I thought, was my bladder, was really beginning to protrude. Other symptoms i noticed were pain in the lymph nodes near the groin on the right hand side, lots of painful pimples and consipation!!! Geez. Anyway I was admitted to emergency with 2 cysts on my right ovary. One measuring 9cm and the other 4cm (huge). Both were removed by surgery.
The symptoms of ovarian cancer are ignored much of the time due to the fact that everyone has one or two of the symptoms in their lives sooner or later. If you are concerned about having ovarian cancer, have your doctor run a CA 125 test and have a vaginal ultra-sound done and take it from there. I wish you the best in your pursuit of health.
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