Given your symptoms, it is important that you see a doctor
, even if your symptoms do not change or return like they did the first time you experienced the pain. There are a few worrisome conditions that need to be assessed for given you history of terrible right sided pain, that is ongoing. It is possible that a ruptured ovarian cyst could cause these symptoms. A ruptured cyst typically causes intense pain that then eases over 24 hours, but typically does not return or continue as described. Ovarian torsion can present with the same symptoms. This is a condition where the Fallopian tube, connecting the uterus to the ovary, twists. Ovarian cysts can lead to this. Torsion is an emergency as the blood supply to the ovary can be lost, losing the ovary if untreated. An ultrasound can look for cysts, signs of ovarian torsion, and assess the blood supply to the ovary. Similarly, an ultrasound can look for ovarian masses that can lead to pain. In addition to the ovaries, both appendicitis
and kidney stones
could potentially cause similar pain. if an appendix is infected and then has a leak or perforation, an abscess can form. An abscess can also form on the ovary. Be sure to schedule an appointment to have a physical examination and to look into the cause of this pain.