In October of 2010, I woke up in severe abdominal pain from an ulcer. I went to the ER and they did an ultrasound. An inflammed ulcer wasnt the only thing that the ultrasound revealed. I was told that I had a large pelvic mass and needed to be seen by GYN asap. I was really worried about this mass because in June 2006, I had a partial hysterectomy so I thought my female troubles were over. Long story short, my pelvic mass was the size of a baby's head and was removed (along with my left cyst). My gyn told me that it was a ball of scar tissue wrapped up like a bunch of rubber bands. I'm one of few women, whose body produces a lot of scar tissues. I'm starting to have some pain on the same side that the scar tissue was removed from and I'm a little worried. My doctor told me that I would need yearly ultrasounds but Im scared to have an ultrasound because it may also reveal that I have a cyst on my only ovary and I really need this ovary because hormonal therapy triggers my migraines (and I cant bear that pain). My question is, do you know of any home remedies that will do away with the pain from scar tissue?
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