This is Dr. David
I am sorry you are having abdominal pain? where is it? upper abdomen? lower abdomen? left or right?
it sounds like you are thinking your uterus and fibrois are causing your pain
your fibroids could definitely cause heavier periods and more bleeding.
ovarian cysts can cause cramping pains on the left and right side of your lower abdomen and pelvic area.
NSAIDs like ibuprofen and naproxen sodium often help take the edge off of uterine cramps and fibroid and ovarian cyst pains.
have you been sexually active?
when was your last gyn exam? it might be a good idea to go back and see your GP doctor or gyn doctor for another check up and exam and pelvic ultrasound if you are having pains.
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have you had problems with constipation or hard small stools? this often can cause severe diverticulosis pains which can be quite intense.
a ruptured ovarian cyst can be quite painful as well. ovarian cysts can be very common in women.
yes, another internal ultrasound to look a the fibroids and the ovaries would be a good idea.
sometimes there can be some remaining pelvic fluid left after ovarian cyst rupture.
you might benefit from going on a birth control pill which can help regulate your hormones
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