Ive been getting this weird feeling in my lower abdominal. I guess its almsot where my ovaries are. Its not like a real sharp pain or anything like that. Its really hart to discribe. I just had my period and felt it then and just assumed it was part of that but my period is over and im still getting it. Im thinking about scheduling an appointment at my gyno just to be sure nothing is wrong. I just dont wanna go in and nothing be wrong and it all be in my head. Any ideas of what could be going on? I did feel like pain when I was running and right after i ate and walked around.
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If something feels abnormal, the responsible thing is to have it checked out. If it turns out to be of no consequence, nothing is lost. But it could be the start of something needing treatment and you and your doctor should check this out.
As a fireman told me one night, "If you suspect something is burning, call us. Better to be wrong that to get caught in a fire."
-------------------- I do not feel obliged to believe that the same God who has endowed us with sense, reason, and intellect has intended us to forgo their use.
There are sooooo many things that can cause abdominal pain, and if you're anything like me, you can't always say which organ or system might be causing that pain. Take a deep breath and hang in there until your doctors appointment, as they will probably have a much better idea of what's going on than anyone around here.
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