A twisted ovary, or ovarian torsion, occurs when an ovary flops down and rotates, cutting off its own blood supply in the process. If that happens, you'll probably know that something has gone horribly wrong: think sudden, excruciating pain on one side of your lower abdomen. Here are seven things you should know about who's at risk for a twisted ovary and what to expect if you're unlucky enough to experience it.

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