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my Uterus n Ovaries are attached together ?

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Hi a few mths ago i had an U/S done to check persistence pain on my left abdomen.Result shows dat my Uterus n Ovaries are attached together thus causes d frequent pain.I asked my doctor if i shud be worry about this & he says this are perfectly fine & nothing to b worried about.I have 2 children n recently jus underwent ligation.Due to this I always have blood spotting after my menses and this will continue for a week before it disappeared.I'm pretty worried about this as this has been going on since i was ligated few mths back.Is there something wrong with me?Do i need to see my Gynae back regarding abt this?


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replied April 9th, 2012
Womens Conditions Answer A33677
Hello,

Welcome to ehealthforum and thanks for writing

Pain in the left abdomen can be due to various reasons as pelvic infection,ovarian cyst,cervicitis etc.Normally the ovaries are attached to uterus only so that is not a cause of concern.

Regarding the spotting if it has been more than 6 weeks of ligation and bleeding/spotting is persistent then it requires an evaluation as any sudden changes in the menstrual cycle is not expected.

It is difficult to comment here without proper examination.Kindly consider visiting your Ob/Gyn for detailed evaluation.

Take care!


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