I don't know all the answers, but wonder didn't the doctor check your white blood cell count regarding the appendix?
Yes, a colonoscopy should be your next step, especially since your bowel movements are ribbon like, and your health history with your colon. Dicyclomine is given to patients with irritable bowel syndrome, it's an anti-spasmatic. Your doctor is definitely on the right track. Ovarian cysts come and go, and rarely cause any problems or even pain. Keep in mind that your small and large intestine are also in the same area where you're experiencing pain. Pressing on your stomach should not increase your pain unless something is there. She obviously feels it is systomatic of a colon issue rather than your ovary.
I honestly do not know what she was having checked with the blood. I had it taken 4 days ago and have not heard anything yet.
What I do not understand is that the ultra sound did not even go over the main area of pain. When the doctor said she wanted the pelvic ultra sound to check for possible cyst on the ovary I assumed the ovary was in the location of my pain. I mean she had them check my kidneys and upper stomach, why not have them go over that area and just do a regular ultra sound?
A gyn once drew me a picture and the ovaries do hang down, I believe on either side, lower than the uterus, which is typically in the middle below the navel. Endometriomas or a "torqued" or twisted hemorrhagic cyst can be the cause of a great deal of pain. I had both of these and the endometrioma, a "chocolate cyst" caused by endometriosis in the ovary, does not go away on it's own and can start to destroy the ovary. This created in me a big pressure pain in my lower left abdomen. When I had the twisted hemorrhagic cyst on my right ovary, there was no comfortable position I could get in and I wound up having emergency surgery.
However, since you are having leakage out the back and other defecation issues, they really should be pursuing GI possibilities. If you have endometriosis, though, it sometimes can invade the bowels and reak havoc there.
I do believe you need a colonoscopy. The blood work is important because depending on what tests she ran it can show inflamation and increased white blood cells. It can check to see
It can check to see your nutrient levels and give lots of direction on what could be causing the problem. I get that greasy floating bile frequently. The colonoscopy will reveal the most. Best luck.