Hi Dreambird and Welcome to Hyster Sisters
I'm soooo happy you found us, though I wish it wasn't because you're having these pains
Did you keep your ovaries? I kept mine and I've been having PMS symptoms, including cramps, about the time when I would normally have my periods. However, my hyst was 2 years ago and the symptoms are not new: they've been there ever since my ovaries woke up, three months after my surgery, and are actually getting better.
Another thought: if you kept your ovaries and are nearing the time of natural menopause, this might be a sign that you are going into peri-menopause
I know I'm reaching here, but, if this is a possibility, when you see your doctor, it would be a good
to have him/her check your hormone levels. You never know.
Finally, I also have stabbing pain, that is somewhat cyclical, in my lower right abdominals. Even though I was absolutely convinced that it was my right ovary acting up, it turns out that it is caused by a spastic colon, a symptom of IBS. Now, I've had IBS all my life and never had this until my hyst, so it really baffled me. However, from what I've seen here and from discussions from friends IRL who've also had a hyst, it's not uncommon for IBS to either develop or worsen after this surgery. My doctor believes that it is because the bowels settle in the space vacated by the uterus, after the surgery. And this settling can go on for quite some time. If you already have IBS, this might mean that your poor bowels react quite adversally to the changes!!!
I'm glad that you are seeing your doctor and, please, don't settle for: it is just a woman thing!!! Ugh!!! As ((((Susan))) mentions, this might be time to seek another doctor for a second or even a third opinion!!!