Ashley (disturbedme) wrote in vaginapagina,

Weird sensation near my left ovary where I've had a cyst before

I'm kind of worried/anxious right now.

In August I had a laparoscopy done because I had an endometrial cyst on my left ovary. Before this, I was having weird sensations in that area -- where my left ovary is.

The sensation is EXACTLY like being on a roller coaster. It feels like my stomach drops or flip flops, but not my whole stomach -- just the area where my left ovary is. So it was doing this off and on for a few months until they found the cyst on CT scan.

Now I'm worried because I'm having that sensation again, and I JUST had the laparoscopy in August 2011. I couldn't be getting another endometrioma already, could I?

I also noticed it does not happen as much when I sit, but happens more so when I am standing or walking around.

I don't know if it's a coincidence that it started the day after I tried to run again. Before I had the surgery, I was really into running and would run on the treadmill. Well, two days ago I started running, but only mildly to start, only walking and running off and on for 25 minutes. Well, the next day and today I've had that weird sensation. I don't know if the running is a coincidence to this feeling happening or what, but it's definitely my ovary or around that area causing this sensation and it's starting to worry me again. It's also upsetting because I'd like to try to get into shape again and really can't with this sensation happening and not knowing what's causing it.

I'm just wondering if anyone else has had this sensation or any kind of sensation who has had endometriosis or before they found out they had an endometrioma cyst? Any thoughts or ideas on what this could be?

If this continues to happen, I am calling my gyn and asking for an ultrasound. The last thing I want is another endometrioma cyst. :-(


X-posted to endometriosis
  • Post a new comment


    Anonymous comments are disabled in this journal

    default userpic

    Your reply will be screened

    Your IP address will be recorded