45y female. Had hysterectomy on 12/16/10. Removed uterus, kept ovaries. 5-6 week post op started experiencing pain in right pelvic side, heavy bleeding that started out not so much bright red and turned to brown. Flow has lighted up but still discharging brown consistently. Had a transvaginal sono done. Discovered cysts on both ovaries. Left ovary cyst measured 3.2x3.1x3.4 and right ovary cyst measured 4.9x4.9x3.6. Had a pre op transvaginal done and these cysts were not there and now they are, with pain and discharge. Post op sono also discovered a "plum sized" blood clot. Dr is recommending going back to surgery to remove both ovaries and removing blood clot. I have not has a CA125 done at all. Regarding the ovaries, what should my next step be and regarding the blood clot? Im in pain.
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