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PCOS PAIN

Hi, i have recently been diagnosed with PCOS. I can get severe pain at times. What would you recommend doing? I called doctors they give me tablets for the pain. But is there anything else i could possibly do?

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I get this. I had to take paracetamol to help ease the pain. Sometimes I cannot even walk on left leg during the time im suppose to ovulate. I only have Pcos on my left ovary by the ultrasound which was done today.

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I've been diagnosed since end of August, start of September. And the pain I get is so pad. Doctors prescribed codine and sometimes that doesn't even work. It's honestly shit.

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Ladies,

May i know your pain during ovulation or constant pain? Lower abdomen is it?

I’ve diagnosed for PCOS too, and also the pain, I asked my Dr about the pain, but he said PCOS shouldn’t cause pain! Mmmm

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Well I think that's not true. My pains are only on my left ovary side (which was confirmed yesterday I only have PCOS left ovary by scan) the time when I'm suppose to be ovulating I get a dull pulling thobbing pain, something that quiet hard to describe. 2 months ago I couldn't walk on my left leg as the pressure hurt. It felt like something was trying to burst. Also I had a 5 hour fever once when i had a strong postive OPK. I guess my body tried to ovulate but couldnt.

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That's false as I rang my doctors and they told me that I can suffer from pain but also read up and your ovary can cause pain as it has pressure on with the cysts. But honestly when my lady pays a visit you know it doubles in pain. It's very excruciating.

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Suzileverell about PCOS pain

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Dear lu

Are you still in constant pain?

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Thanks ladies i will ask more from my Dr

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