Mittelschmerz is one-sided, lower abdominal pain associated with ovulation. German for "middle pain," mittelschmerz occurs midway through a menstrual cycle — about 14 days before your next menstrual period.Mittelschmerz doesn't require medical attention. For minor mittelschmerz discomfort, over-the-counter pain relievers and home remedies are often effective.
The figure appears to be between 10% and 20%, with vWD comprising approximately 70% of cases.The current time interval until diagnosis is from 7,9 to 11,7 years (women´s average age is 32,4 years). Women live with this problem for a long time (oftentimes from childhood to adulthood) unaware of the diagnosis and its consequent treatment. The figure appears to be between 10% and 20%, with vWD comprising approximately 70% of cases.
If your mittelschmerz pain is troublesome, your doctor may prescribe an oral contraceptive to stop ovulation and prevent midcycle pain. Mittelschmerz pain usually lasts a few minutes to a few hours, but it may continue for as long as a day or two. Pain from mittelschmerz may be:On one side of your lower abdomen, Dull and cramp-like, Sharp and sudden, Accompanied by mild vaginal bleeding or discharge. Mittelschmerz pain occurs on the side of the ovary that's releasing an egg (ovulating).