This has been going on for two years. It is now over thanks to the internet and my own tenacity.I finally had a pelvic pain mapping - and I highly recommend it to those of you who have pelvic pain. It's a type of laproscopcy that tries to track down the source of pain. My symtoms were pain lasting 20-30 min. on my right side - increasing in severity every month. The pain started on day 14 of my cycle and lasted until my period was over. I have no endometeriosis. When you have chronic pelvic for a long time - the pain behaves however it wants to. My ovaries and female parts are just fine.I sometimes had swelling in my groin on the rt side. The pain got so bad that I would lie down screaming until it was over - and when it was over there was no sign something was wrong. I had an appendectomy thinking it was a chronic appendicitis. It wasn't.What it was - a hernia. A piece of fat that had poked through my abdominal wall at the base of my round ligament. There was a bump on the inside - but NO bump on the outside like a typical hernia. The CT scans and the MRI and putting barium all through me showed me to be normal.Where I was fixed - Cleveland University Hospital. I had a GYN and a general surgeon looking in me. Dr. Janicki has a website. EndometriousisUSA.com - I hope I spelled that right. They used a mesh - no staples. I found these doctors on the internet. I was not crazy. It was right where I said it was. It was not IBS. KEEP trying to get well, everyone.Good luck.