Hope someone can help me please, for four months l have had low right side pelvic pain which radiates to my right leg and knee. By chance on tests they found a ruptured ovarian cyst on left ovary and removed it, l had a hysterectomy 12 years also but ovaries were left. Right pain did not go away and last week admitted to aðought appendix but no had cystoscopy to check bladder as l am always urinating but nothing there.
This pain is awful l feel a fraud always at my dr and am worried in case it is more serious and it has not been picked up. Ultrasound last week showed kidneys were okay but they could not see my right ovary due to gas in the area, I am not constipated just needing to wee but this pain is sharp as if something is pushing on my bladder, l am really worried as the last alternative would be a ct scan, can anyone point me in any direction
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