Mid cycle pain for a year and now before period in right ovary?

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had a cancer blood test, need to see someone for internal examination and for ultrasound.

I don't know how worried to be.

i have had some other symptoms such as feeling full (I THINK) and tiredness (FOR  a FEW DAYS)  but not today.  i am larger _ i have put on weight - my belly is bigger but  i can't feel a lump ?

I have had mucus in my stool once or twice but not persistantly and this could be after a load of diet tea and then bowel function retrunING to normal.

Sorry but i just wanted to know whether this sounds like it is anything like cysts or cancer?

 

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    Sorry - i know i have been very unclear.  What i mean is have you had the same experience at all with your 'problems'
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    Yes it does depend on your age, but the only way to know is to get a scan done. 

    I'm in the beginning of my 50s so it's all different when you are much older where periods are concerned for me anyway. 

    They are very far and not really much on a yearly basis.

    But when you are much younger you have a regular monthly. Unless there are other reasons for other ladies that do not. 

    Anyway if you are worried, first stop insist on a scan. My doctor did that referral for me straight away. 

    God bless 🌺🐥

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    If you feel something's wrong get checked out, you know your body better than anyone else. From what I'm thinking you said mid cycle pain which makes me think it's ovulation pain.  Then pain is right before your period seems like pms to me. Go see a dr to be safe tho
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