Mittelschmerz rarely requires medical intervention. However, contact your doctor if a new pelvic pain becomes severe, if it's accompanied by nausea or fever.Mittelschmerz occurs during ovulation, when the follicle ruptures and releases its egg. Some woman have mittelschmerz every month; others have it only occasionally.
If your mittelschmerz pain is troublesome, your doctor may prescribe an oral contraceptive to stop ovulation and prevent midcycle pain.Mittelschmerz pain occurs on the side of the ovary that's releasing an egg (ovulating). The pain may switch sides every other month, or you may feel pain on the same side for several months.
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.