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  1. Launa says:

    What does it mean if your ovaries are hurting but you are not on your If you have pain in your ovary area, you might have an ovarian cyst.

  2. Lucile says:

    Abdominal/pelvic pain that is similar to that of period cramping may indicate a problem in a reproductive organ (like the pain around your ovaries or uterus). This includes conditions such as endometriosis (when tissue from the uterus is displaced to somewhere else like the pelvic wall or ovaries), uterine fibroids (thick bands of muscular and fibrous tissue in the uterus), ovarian cysts, ovarian cancer (rare), or pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) infection of the reproductive organs, usually from a sexually transmitted disease.If you have pain in your ovary area, you might have an ovarian cyst. I have experienced that same type of pain whenever I have had an ovarian cyst. I was also diagnosed with endometriosis last year which caused me severe pelvic pain and intense and painful period cramping.Based on your symptoms and what you wrote, I would recommend that you should see your doctor/gynaecologist, just to rule out any serious causes.Good luck :)

  3. Fidelia says:

    Oka im having this pain in on my right side i feel this pain just a little up from my sto my hip by my ovaries but it hasnt been off and my period has come and on not sure and

  4. Gearldine says:

    Pain in the area of the ovaries can be from your monthly cycle. It can also come from medical conditions such as growths or cysts on the ovaries. It is best to be checked by your doctor to find out the cause. More:http://answers.ask.com/Health/Other/what_causes_ovary_pain

  5. Remona says:

    In order to treat the pain caused by cystic ovaries, you need to know the reason for the cyst formation. Cysts form during a normal menstrual cycle; these are called functional cysts and are either follicle cysts or corpus luteum cysts. Oth… More:http://www.ehow.com/how_5687422_treat-pain-cystic-ovaries.html

  6. Freeda says:

    There can be be many causes of pain in the ovaries. Reasons that run from hormonal changes, cysts, tumors, cancer to other medical reasons. If you have been suffering for any length of time or repeatedly, you should see your doctor to find … More:http://answers.ask.com/Health/Other/why_do_i_have_sharp_pains_in_my_ovaries

  7. Brandee says:

    Http://women.webmd.com/ovarian-pain-causes-diagnosis-treatments http://www.vaginaverite.com Pain can indicate cysts, tumors, cancer or a number of other things. It can be something simple such as an egg ripening and being released which is rare, a

  8. Rebbeca says:

    The extra water weight stretches your breast tissue and this can be painful. Can You Get Pregnant When Not Ovulating? How to Know When You Ovulate breast soreness during ovulation, some women feel a pain in the area of the ovary. will continue to rise, which means that your breast soreness will get worse. Detail:http://www.ehow.com/about_5348559_do-breasts-sore-ovulating.html

  9. Robyn says:

    Hi been looking online but can’t seem to see any information accurate to me.
    For almost a week I’ve been in pain it stated of a mild cramping like pain in my right ovary as the weeks gone on the pain is agonising the doctors and hospital aren’t doing much to help apart from tell me to take painkillers. I have to wait for a scan. but if anyone knows what this intense pain could be please help me out as I’m currently off work and college in agony.
    Thanks :)

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