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Done abortion due to ovarian pregnancy. Now abdominal discomfort. Physical or psychosomatic problem?

Hi ! I underwent an abortion in 2010 December . It was a left ovary pregnancy ....sometimes I feel a little discomfort in the left lower side of my abdomen ..... I cannot tell if it is a physical problem or if it is a psycho somatic thing ....worried. Did go for a check up after it was terminated they found some remaining contents from pregnancy and gave me a few medicines and asked me to visit them but I never went back the second time around .....
Asked On : Sun, 23 Dec 2012
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Mar 2016

you are suffering from discomfort in the left lower abdomen and last time found some remaining products.
Do a fresh USG lower abdomen to rule out underlying pathology.Then consult with your gynecologist and take advice accordingly.
You may take some anti spasmodic medicine like Tab DROTIN DS etc for temporary relief.
Eat more vegetables,drink plenty of fluid,regular bowel habit,avoid stress and light exercise for better physical & mental health.
Be well.
Answered: Wed, 27 Apr 2016
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