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Pain where Fallopian tube has been removed, right ovary bigger. Had external wound infection. Suggestions?

I have had right Fallopian tube removed in December last year. I've got external wound infection and was given several antibiotics. I got rid of infection, however pain, where the tube was is still quite strong. I did ultrasound and internal scan two weeks ago and have been told my right ovary is bigger then left one and it looks quite bulky.
I am having another appointment with specialist in two weeks, also reported my concerns and pain to my GP but it seems like no attention has been paid. I am having quite sharp pain, pain is different everyday. I am worried, can you please help?
Asked On : Fri, 29 Mar 2013
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Hi, thanks for the query

Bulky/ enlarged ovary on scan may be due to some polycystic ovary/ simple ovarian cyst or due to ovarian neoplastic change(cancerous) or due to torsion of some cyst.

In your case, it more seems to be a ovarian cyst with a partial torsion.Torsion disrupts the blood supply of ovary and can permanently damage it.

In my opinion, you should get a repeat scan done urgently and get Color Doppler done to see ovarian blood supply.Also, take an early appointment with a gynecologist to avoid serious consequences.

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Answered: Fri, 12 Jul 2013
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