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Abdominal surgery, surrounded by sigmoid colon, hysterectomy, colonoscopy normal.Treatment?

About two months ago I had abdominal surgery to remove an endometrioma mass from my left lower quadrant - it had become surrounded by my sigmoid colon. Now I am once again having constant pain in my left lower quadrant. I have already had a hysterectomy but still have my ovaries. During my hospitalization a colonoscopy was normal - my ovaries were normal with no cysts. What else could this pain in my side be?
Asked On : Fri, 11 Oct 2013
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Hello,
I have gone through your query and understood your concerns. I think you need to repeat the scan once again as you have got the scan at the time of admission by now as 2 months went off I request you to have one more again. You can consult your treating doctor to talk about this he may help you for this.There must be some adhesions due to surgery or any other organic cause. Thank you.
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