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Felt sudden pain after mensuration, ultrasound done, detected adnexal mass in left ovary, mild pain in left abdomen, worse during urination

After my MC on 23rd of March I felt a sudden pain on 5th of april. my physician suggested a ultrasound . I was detected a 40.8 mm * 31mm complex adnexal mass in my left ovary . I consulted a gynae and she asked me to have a repetitive ultrasound after my next MC.Next MC was on 25th April and was as usual. In the next ultrasound also the mass was there and of the same size. As a symptom a have mild pain in my left abdomen but it gets worse during urination . What is it?? What should be done?? I am worried
Asked On : Tue, 15 May 2012
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the usg report and repeated one seems to be shoud not worry about the may seek help from homeopathy you will feel get good relief.
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aurum mure nitricum cm one days in 15 days.continue prescribed treatment for a month and then report about the progress.
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Answered: Tue, 15 May 2012
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