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Menopause And Abdominal Pain

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I am 54 years old and I believe I most recently moved from peri-menopause to menopause, based on more frequent hot flashes (night and day now) and this past month I missed my period for the very first time. I am now 2 weeks late and am experiencing a pain in my lower right abdominal area near the groin. Can anyone tell me what's going on? I'm in very good health, although a fibrous tissue was noted on my last exam 3 months ago. It was very small. Does this have something to do with the pain i'm experiencing? Thank you.
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replied November 18th, 2010
Going through menopause
I would like a response to this as well. However, the last three days, I have had lower right abdominal pain near the groin and also, in my lower right back. Can someone please tell me what is going on there ? I went months without a period and then I started, now its been at least 4 months with no period and I am feeling the symptoms like I am going to start. But for 3 days these symptoms have been going on and nothing yet . Will I start ? or what should I do ?
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replied November 18th, 2010
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There can be questions asked of Menopause that only your OB-GYN can answer....However, we all must realize that going through this time in life is different for everybody....Only a physician can answer your questions about fibrous tissue problems....If you have a lower pain in your groin area and back again this is something that cannot be answered over the internet...It should be checked out...If you are concerned I would suggest that you see your physician...We try to do all we can here, however, it is sometimes better with hands on treatment.....Take care...

Caroline
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replied October 15th, 2012
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I would like a response too..I am 48, regular periods, but have been having abdominal cramps throughout the month. Once in a while, I'll have a day that I don't have cramps...but they are pretty constant. I have never had a lot of PMS problems...and I'm very active, energetic and in tune with my body. I have also experienced some lower back pain that is always lingering. 6 mos. ago, I had several UTI's and I fear that something is wrong..like ovarian or cervical cancer. When I had my annual exam in March, he didn't see anything abnormal. Any suggestions? Thanks!
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