Here is a bit of background before I ask my question. My first day of my LMP was 12/3/12. I take Apri for 21 days and start a new pack during the time I should take the inactive pills. 4 months on, next month withdrawal bleeding. Ive never missed a pill and havent taken antibiotics for quite some time. Last Sunday(1/27/13), I started having sharp pains by my right ovary. The pain can be felt in my my right low back as well. I had a pap that Wednesday and my dr thought I might have an ovarian cyst and scheduled an ultrasound. I went today(2/5) for the ultrasound. The tech looked at the right ovary, uterus and left ovary. He spent most of the scan looking at my left ovary. He asked me 3 different times when my last period was and looked confused every time I told him. He also asked for complete details on the severity of my periods. Just wondering if anyone had any thoughts as to what he saw or was so perplexed by? He said my dr would have results in a couple of days. I'm sorta scared. Thanks for the help.View Thread
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