my daughter at 14 had a laproscopy. she had a right side hemorphagic cyst which they though was on her ovary. instead it was two cysts and the ovary was missing. now they are not sure if it at sometime detached from the tube or was never there. they cleaned out cyst and she has a very good left and uterus a little abnormal but maybe fine. she had a lot of pain that led to this. right after surgery she felt great. the surgery was december 7 2010. now the pain has excelled again 4 1/2 months later to a level 9 pain. we checked appendix, hernia and gall stones all clear. we are desperate for this to be resolved she is a very active freshman. do you think it could be the round ligament for that seems like the site. my husband is a doctor, anesthesiologists. please call us if you have any ideas. we are going to do exploratory lap. doug cell 732-890-1268, thank you foryour help
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