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Weird lumpy thing in ovary area....

(6 Posts)
gd1976 Tue 16-Dec-14 23:01:48

So I went to the doctors about a year and half ago saying I thouhhg I could feel something in my right ovary area like a small lump but the doctor had a prod and said nothing there. However in the last 3 months if is really noticable but it's almost like a muscle spasm. It sort of tenses up and is almost protruding but if I press on if it disappears..... I can't feel anything when I prod but I am aware of something being there all the time, sometimes worse than others and it's definitely become more noticable over the last month..... Any thoughts? When I had ds2 by section they commented on lots of mini fybroids but said they were small and not to worry about them. Could it be a fybroid? Or a hernia??? I really have no idea but I know the doctor will just fob me off so reluctant to go back, I am not in pain although occasionally it gives me a temporary stabbing pain...

IKYTWTLYA Tue 16-Dec-14 23:04:17

The ovaries are low down in your pelvis. Are you sure it's not just poo in your large intestine?

gd1976 Tue 16-Dec-14 23:08:30

No it's orobably not ovary area but didn't know how else to describe it. As in lying flat it's next to my bio bone but slightly lower down, and it's just on the right side.....

gd1976 Tue 16-Dec-14 23:09:02

Sorry HIP bone!!

mawinter Wed 17-Dec-14 15:37:18

What you are feeling is most probably a hernia.

cbear1 Sat 20-Dec-14 15:28:32

Yeah sounds like a hernia to me. Is it different depending on whether you are stood up or lying down? See if you can get an abdominal ultrasound. You aren't really going to be bale to feel ovaries, it is probably intestinal or muscular.

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