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Pcos and pain in left lower stomach
Pcos and pain in left lower stomach. I am feeling little bit similar cramps like periods and back pain even after periods. This is the first time ever I am feeling this condition. It's a sharp pain only in my lower abdomen and back. My leg muscles are also hurting. And I am feeling very uncomfortable. In Feb I have done abdomen pelvic ultrasound and result I got PCOS and fatty liver. Nothing otherthan these was in the report. After six months, my cycle became regular now and I stopped previous medication. Now I am taking normoz tablet provided by doc in cloudnine bellandur. But before this medication and now also I am having this weird pain. Doc has asked me to do CT abdomen and I will do that within a day or two. But is it dangerous? This pain? Sometimes it becomes horrible that I cnt sleep at night. What do you think or suggest me to do along with this continued medicines?
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Hello ,got your concern ,it can be treatable with further evaluation, better healthcare and proper treatment ..For prescription and counselling regarding the same you can click on chat for instant consultation *Dr Hemanth Patakamuri*
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Will have to see what ct reports say.
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Go for Ct abdomen . It will guide us whats the pathology inside .
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