X-ray abdomen in standing position
Thanks for a detailed history and your confidence in us.
Gone through the reports and photos carefully
USG report says ''RIGHT OVARY NOT VISUALIZED''.
Was she pregnant even after tubectomy operation and was it a ''tubal pregnancy
'' for which right sided tube and ovary was removed ?
From the history- this looks to be a case of an intestinal obstruction
due to adhesions. The abdomen grows in size due to accumulation of gases and the patient can not pass stool or gases.
This enlarges / swollen abdomen causes pressure on the lungs in the chest - so there can be a a breathing problem.
ON admission to the hospital , due to rest to the intestines the size of the abdomen reduces and also the breathing problem.
Since the obstruction comes again, she will suffer again and again.
I would advise such a patient :
X-ray of the abdomen in standing position to see the level and severity/ degree of the obstruction. If the X-ray shows many gas-fluid levels, your wife may need surgery to remove the cause of obstruction to the intestine to get complete sure.
If the obstruction gets relief with medicines , IV fluids and not allowing her any thing orally, we have time to go for a better investigation like Enteroclysis ( barium is given through the tube and many x-rays done) to see the level of obstruction.
I hope you will get these X-rays done as soon as possible and will get the exact diagnosis and treatment. If Surgery is required , please go ahead.
Please let me know if you need any further information or clarification.
Wishing Her best luck for early recovery.