a little confused, maybe frightened...pains especially on right side, vomit sometimes, feel ill after eating. Pain so bad, went to ER in July-CT showed enlarged right ovary. Vaginal ultrasound with one doc and he believed I have a second uterus. yesterday an external ultrasound, the tech takes 100 images on my right and maybe 5 on my left. Dismisses himself to review CT from July, comes back mumbling "definitely something on that right ovary" On the screen, my right ovary looked all black with a little strand of white running thru middle. Now the doc is on vacation and I get to wait four more days for report. Any comments? anyone? help? ideas? No idea what anything could be
Adnexal mass comes with a differential diagnosis until a definitive diagnosis is made. It could be an ovarian mass, a sub-serous fibroid or a second horn of the uterus. You will need further evaluation. Diagnosis can be made by clinical correlation with findings of ultrasound can CT scan. Consult your gynaecologist.
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