That is normal. More than likely it is your nerve endings healing on the inside. It seems to take our insides a lot longer to heal than it does the outside. Also, your body went through a major trauma losing a vital organ. It may take a few cycles for your brain to realize that the ovary is gone and for the other ovary to take over. When is your post-op appointment? It never hurts to let your doctor know what is going on. You aren't running a fever are you? If you start to run a fever, call your doctor as soon as possible to make sure everything is ok. Hope you get feeling better soon!!
This is completly normal. I am 3 months out from surgery and I still have some pain. I have to watch it so as I do not over do it, as if I do something like clean, it starts to hurt. It gets better though with time. You just went through major surgery and I would expect to feel complety better in about 6 months.
I am having a same problem 3 weeks after my right ovary was removed laparoscopically. It seems to hurt the same as before it was removed (I had a big endometrioma cyct on it that also got attached to my uterus). I started doing acupuncture to see if it will help with pain as drugs really do not help. Heating pad seems to help. Hopefully time will heal our wounds :-) When was your surgery?
No, I dont have any other symptoms, just the dull aching pain. I'm glad to know it is normal. Thanks ladies!