I had went to have a scan two weeks ago for kidney stones but the results that I got were not as expected. I had a hysterectomy two years ago but they left my ovaries. I have multiple cysts on my left ovary they can't find the right one, which is where I have a lot of pain, and I have fluid in my abdominal cavity.
I had thought nothing of it as they told me they would refer me to gyne. When I had mentioned to a friend she was really concerned saying abdominal fluid is not a good sign. I have also had problems eating as I feel full very quickly yet I appear to be putting on weight!
Can anyone give advice.
I was also considering going private as I have not had any word from hospital and with the nhs you can wait months for appointments. My concerns are if it is something not good that I should get it checked ASAP.
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