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I am 28 year old with hysterectomy and have removed left ovary now i'm having pain in pelvis with vomiting

i am 28 yr olf female, 3 kids all c-section, partial hysterectomy due to adnoymosis left both ovaries. then had left ovary removed. all that is left is my right ovary and tube. now i have chronic pain in lower right side, nausea , vomiting occasionally, no appetite and severe muscle pains through my lower back, legs,arms and generally all over. the muscle pain comes and goes from time. i have had every test in the book and all are normal except blood in the urine. ultrasounds show chocolate cysts from time to time. i dont know where to go from here. any suggestions on what this could be?
Asked On : Wed, 11 May 2011
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also what does your ultrasound pelvis show? you may need to undergo a diagnostic laparoscopy if all your other investigations are normal.
Answered: Thu, 12 May 2011
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OBGYN Dr. Nidhi Sharma Chauhan's  Response
welcome to health care magic.
for the blood in urine , have you got a urine culture? also please see a urologist to rule out the cause of this blood in urine. are you taking some medication for the chocolate cyst? they are probably the cause of your chronic pelvic pain.
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