I went to my old gynecologist for a follow-up after the laparoscopy half a year ago and, with perfect timing, I did have to tell him what my new ones were saying. I brought up an old hemorrhaging cyst cluster and that turned a consultation follow-up into a full exam.
He found that one ovary had shrunk significantly and the other is covered in what are either hemorrhaging or endometrial cysts. The shrinking ovary thing was supposedly very unusual, completely unexpected and, as far as he knows about my condition, not possible. With how they are, he's considering surgery, but needs my new doctors to fax over everything that they have on my condition before he can schedule anything.
However, since doctors in urgent care think I had a cyst rupture recently, I worry that this'll change those plans. I think I'm having auditorial hallucinations because I hear them say "fibroids" every so often too, but I'm sure those really are just in my imagination.
I'm kind of ranting at this point, but I'm also not sure what I should expect form this. Anything I've researched for shrinking ovaries says it's either from menopause or early signs of cancer, but can just one ovary really shrink and the other one stays the same? I just want to make sure I ask the right questions or have a list of things to expect. Has anyone every had this happen?