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Unread 04-08-2006, 07:13 AM
Lower Right Abdominal Pain

Sisters, so sorry it has been silent on my front for a while.

In November 2002, I had TAH/LSO. Have not had any problems since and have enjoyed not having to endure all the excruciating pain and the bloody mess of fibroids. Over the last week, I have been experiencing some pain in my lower right abdomen and upon examination, one can actually feel a mass.

I went to see my doctor, not the gynae, this morning and he has asked me to have a pelvic scan on Tuesday. He tells me he suspects amoeboma or appendix mass or ovary mass.

Does my condition sound familiar to anyone? Please share what you have with me. I had immense support from you while I was recovering from surgery so I thought I'd pass by this site and hear what sisters have to say to arm myself adequately before my next visit to the doctor.

Thanks so much.
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Unread 04-10-2006, 05:22 PM
Lower Right Abdominal Pain

Hello,

I had a LAVH in 2002. I had my right ovary removed in 2004 due to a complex cyst and extensive adhesions. In February 2005 I had more surgery for a suspected right adnexal mass. The mass turned out to be a benign tumor. Why this tumor developed is unknown. When the ovary was removed it was not there and less then a year later it appeared.

Let us know what your doctor discovers. Take care.

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Unread 04-11-2006, 07:14 AM
Lower Right Abdominal Pain

Thanks so much. The scan result was not very conclusive, and I have been asked to have another one tomorrow. Will keep you posted after that.

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Unread 05-04-2006, 03:46 AM
Lower Right Abdominal Pain

Hi Everyone

Scan showed an ovary mass. Went on admission on April 26 and had surgery next day to remove mass. Learnt they removed an ovary tumour and appendix. Waiting for histology result. Praying that it confirms a benign tumour.

One week post op and resting. Off work for six weeks. I am baffled by the way it showed up and was removed in time. Can't stop praising God. Still having the post op pains but grateful that I can eat better than before surgery. I was having serious problems with digestion which I had blamed on my hyperacidity. Problems appear to have vanished since and I can now eat some foods that I could not tolerate only a week ago.

Thanks for your support.
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Unread 05-05-2006, 08:24 PM
Lower Right Abdominal Pain

I'm 3 years post-SAH and have been struggling with chronic severe pain which was dx as rsd or crps. When I had MFR bodywork done, the therapist felt a mass on my lower rt. side a month ago. When she pressed on it, I screamed with pain but have no awareness of it otherwise. Earliest appt. with my GP is May 31. Is there any reason to see another doc sooner ya think? I haven't been very worried as I had BSO but now I'm questioning my lack of concern after reading your posts. Any opinions? Thx, Shelley
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Unread 05-06-2006, 01:02 AM
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I would call your Gyn and tell him/her what is going on. Maybe they can get you in for a scan. I know waiting until the end of the month would be very difficult.
I hope they find out what is causing the pain and you feel better soon.
Peggy
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