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    Upper left quardrent dull ache
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    nic14120 posted:
    I am 35 yrs old. I have PCOS, hashimotos hypo, history of heart palp. Heart sono in 2011 revealed normal structure. Periods have been every month, occasional mid cycle spotting, not every month. Not on bc as looking to try for baby #3. In June of this year I started to have excessive burping and a dull ache over my stomach. Bw showed h-pylori, did triple therapy and it resolved it, confirmed by a normal endoscopy. Discomfort and burping kinda resolved. Sono of abdomen in June showed normal, a very slight swollen spleen, dr said not to be concerned. Monday I was constipated and straining. I did experience mid cycle bleeding for a day due to this. I was told in my pregnancy that I had a friable cervix. After straining I have been having a dull ache a few inches below my left breast that can radiate to right or left slightly. I made an appt for 12/2 for my physical. Jan is my obgyn. Is it possible to have radiated discomfort this high up from a tumor on the ovary or uterus, and to not have discomfort in between? I'm starting to get concerned this dull ache has returned:( I'm hoping to be able to conceive another baby! Thank you!
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