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a pain in my lower right pelvic area.

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Normally I get cramps during my period...well the past period I had, I experienced cramps as well as a pain (minor pain...more of a discomfort) in my lower right pelvic area. I thought nothing of it, but when my period and normal cramping went away, the pain in my pelvic area stayed. I feel it when I stretch or turn a certain way, and sometimes I feel it while doing nothing at all. It is confined to a very small spot the size of a quarter (internal not external) and on occassion I feel discomfort when I put pressure on it with my hand. Again, it is mild pain and mostly an aggravation and slight worry since I have never experienced it. Any idea what this could be, and if I should even worry? Thank you for your time!


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replied September 14th, 2011
Abdominal Pain Answer A26836
Hello and welcome to E HEALTH FORUM.

The description of your symptoms indicate the probability of musculoskeletal pain or due to local inflammation.

You can get relief by taking a OTC anti-inflammatory medications like Naprosyn or ibufrofen for a few days.

In case it does not subside, you might consult your doctor for a examination and proper advice.


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