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Pain is something that is very unusual with ovarian cancer in early stages.
Have you had any tests done like ultrasound or a CAT scan of your abdomen?
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It is UNLIKELY with the normal ultrasound that you have had recently that this is anything serious.
It may be related to your lower back.
I would recommend that you should have a MRI of your lower back to see if there is a disc disease or a disease of the bones of the back (vertebrae) that may be pinching on the nerves in the back causing the pain that you are having.
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You should first have an ultrasound of your pelvis and if that is normal then have MRI of your lower spine.
Yes, pinched nerves in the back can cause all the symptoms that you are having.
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VERY UNLIKELY to be ovarian cancer.
Pregnancy and breastfeeding has a protective effect that is right.
Yes your ovaries were definitely 100% checked when you had your IVF.
Yes they surely did an ultrasound to see the ovaries before taking your eggs out. Rather the eggs are taken out through an ultrasound guided procedures so they had a good close look at your ovaries. Please rate me before we proceed. I would appreciate that. Regards
Trust me, it is your anxiety that is getting the better of you.
Ovarian cancer is a painless condition and does not cause pain to begin with. If you had pain with ovarian cancer the cancer would be huge causing swelling or distention of your abdomen.
You can have another ultrasound done now to be sure.
Even if the recent abdominal ultrasound (which was normal) is very reassuring because ovarian cancers are pretty huge and can easily be picked up on abdominal ultrasounds as well, if done properly.