Back & abdomen pain

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For about a week now ive had a dull pain in the front left of my abdomen , I now have a sore back ar the base of my spine . Ive googled a few symptoms & its coming up ovarian cancer ! My heads all over the place & 'my palpitatioms have started up again . Has anyone had any experience with this ?

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    I have had this problem for two years and it comes goes. I am in perimenopause and have had so many symptoms. Including abdominal pain back ache, numb legs.

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    I was at an emergency appoint mentioned for exactly this today. The doctor thinks it is a chronic flare up of IBS. But yes, the worry and discomfort ramp up the anxiety. Get it checked for peace of mind.

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    could be diverticulitis. I've had same symptoms and don't have any ovaries. diagnosed with diverticulitis and given antibiotics.

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    Thanks for replies. Ive got appointment on friday , my sister has diverticulitis , symptoms very similar , but didnt read back pain with that . Cant stop thinking the worst .

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      Please don't google. I know we want answers but trying to self diagnose makes the anxiety worse.

      I've had back,abdominal, leg, hip and so much other pain. I had so many tests and everything comes back good. It HAS to be hormones. I'm 45 years old and this peri stuff is a monster.. Hang in there , try to think positive thoughts, and just know you're going to be fine..

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    Yep! ibs and peri. Gotta love it!!!

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