You may experience tingling sensations in your right or left ovary area mid-cycle, but there is no need to be scared as it may be caused by ovulation.
Along with the mature egg, the follicle releases a small amount of liquid. By coming into contact with the membrane lining the abdominal cavity, it causes irritation and consequently soreness in one or both ovaries.
Having drawing pains in the lower abdomen a few days before your period is also common. This usually has to do with physiological changes in your reproductive organs.
Discomfort in the lower abdomen during the entire cycle can sometimes be the result of spinal disorders.
The same stage of the cycle may also be accompanied by an intestinal imbalance, which is associated with an increase in progesterone levels occuring in the second phase of the cycle.
If the discomfort is accompanied by cycle irregularity, heavy menstrual bleeding, painful intercourse, and severe premenstrual pains that affect your daily activities, please consult a doctor.