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Lower abdominal pain. Possibility of ovarian dermoid. Correct diagnosis?

am feeling pain at lower left abdomen from past 4 years..no doctor is able to identify the exact problem. some doctors are saying that its an ovarian dermoid and some doctors are saying that its normal...i delivered a dead baby in 2009 feb and have underwent c-section for that delivery...and till now i dint planned for kids due to my health problem...please suggest me...
Asked On : Sun, 24 Feb 2013
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Hi
As you have undergone C-section ,you might have asked your Doctor to search for any abnormality in the left ovary like Dermoid cyst.Your doubt would have been clarified.
Any how,it is seen in Ultrasound abdomen.
Or you can plan a Diagnostic Laparoscopy by your Gynaecologist,where in the entire abdomen can be visualised by keyhole method.
Then, you can proceed accordingly.
Please coma back with the above findings,i will clarify further.
Nothing to worry.
Wish you good health
Regards
Answered: Mon, 25 Feb 2013
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