RIGHT OVARY PAIN

Right ovary pain refers to any mild, tingling or severe pain felt in the right ovary, which is located in the lower right part of the abdomen. The pain can be categorized as acute or chronic depending on its cause. For instance, an acute right ovarian pain can be caused by irregularities in the menstrual cycle while a chronic pain can be caused by serious illnesses. To know when it is proper to seek advice from medical professionals like obstetricians and gynecologists, it is essential that patients have knowledge on the various symptoms of chronic pain.

Right Ovary Pain Symptoms
  • A sudden and sharp pain in the lower right area of the abdomen that lasts for more than an hour, accompanied by vomiting or nausea
  • A dull pain that spreads to the hip and to the right leg
  • Stabbing, shooting and tingling pain every time they have their menstruation
  • Pain during sexual intercourse
  • If you notice any of the above mentioned symptoms seek immediate help from medical professionals.

Causes of right ovary pain.

This health condition has various causes. They include;
  • The common one is the development of cysts in the right ovary. Cysts can be benign or cancerous so physicians should examine the nature of the condition in order to recommend treatments for the condition. Cysts are sac-like structures that contain tissue, fluid or blood.
  • Pain in the right ovary can also be caused by infections from previous surgeries.
  • Oral administration of drugs without prescriptions from obstetricians or gynecologists may also lead to pain in the right ovary.
  • Another cause of this condition is ectopic pregnancy. This is a condition which occurs when the pregnancy implants itself outside the uterus.

 Treatment

The treatment ranges from painkillers, birth control pills to surgical method.
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