Pain in left groin/ovary

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Hello I’m really scared today I got my period today and I feel pain my groin like is swollen  up . I’m not sure if this part of perimenopause. I’m gettin an ultrasound on the 5th. Please help 

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    Sorry you're going through this.  I've never experienced groin swelling.  I hope that the ultrasound helps to diagnose what's going on.  Have you had any blood testing done? xx

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    Hi I get left groin/ovary pain. The actually ovary pain is always at ovulation and progesterone cream has helped. The groin pain comes and goes - it’s like my knicker elastic is too tight that side but it isn’t actually swollen it just feels it. I get the same feeling in my left foot also! Unfortunately just some of the many quirky symptoms I get sad try not to worry x
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      Yes I’m actually on my period and it feels swell and like something is there specially when I’m sitting down and move foward i feel something is thereand   it is crazy I had a ultrasound and there is no mention of cyst so I’m gonna get another one April 5.  I’m a little at ease In thinking the worse . 
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    Hi.  I also get pain in my groin.  It can be on either side or both.  I have had a couple of ultrasounds.  I have had a cyst on both sides.  My pain comes at anytime in the month.
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    I’ve had exactly the same and had to have scans and it showed a 5cm ovarian cyst. They think it has ruptured (very painful few days) and will disappear into itself. Still get niggly pain and im being scanned again in a couple of months. Do get it checked out for peace of mind. 
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      I’m getting another ultrasound on the 5th and check again .  But last month was bad and scary this month was good just the normal period days.  I’ll keep you all post it
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