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Had surgery for ovarian cyst. Pain on left ovary, on back, thigh. What causes this pain?

please any one help me i'm worried cause i had surgery for an ovarian cyst about 3 months ago and they removed the right one . About 2 months after the surgery I was having pain sometimes on my left ovary sometimes on the right side like a pulse sometimes on my back and my thigh i dont know what's going on, but my doctor said it was just from the surgery. i made about 3 times sonar for checking but the told my that the left ovary is good if nothing bad so what is this pain ???????? knowing that i'm engaged now
Asked On : Sun, 31 Mar 2013
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The last part of the query is the good news for you.Normally,ovarian cysts are picked up by sonar.The fact that it is normal is a signal,that there is nothing to worry.The pain described by you here is not very specific for any pathology and is a little vague.So history wise nothing is indicated.As your doctor has already certified that there is nothing to worry,presumably after thorough clinical examination,it is another sign that there is no pathology indicated by clinical examination also.And you Sonar report supplements proof for absence of any serious structural abnormality.So,dont worry relax.
Post surgery, there is healing of tissues within, by formation of fibrous tissue.This tissue is very sticky and can form adhesions with the neighboring structures sometimes.These adhesions can cause pull of the different structures which can result in some non specific pain as described by you.There is no other complication associated with it.So,it can be ignored without any fear.
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