I was advised after having external and internal scans my left ovary was enlarged and should be removed.
I had the keyhole surgery last week and was sent home the next day.
I received a letter today which has also been sent my doctor, I am now very confused!
The letter states,
Both ovaries appeared small and adherent to lateral pelvic wall. The left Fallopian tube appeared slightly dilated, adherent to the left ovary. The right Fallopian tube appeared normal. The uterus was absent due to hysterectomy however the pouch of Douglas is obliterated with adhesions. A loop of bowel with it's epiploicae was adherent to the left ovary.
What does this mean, I had my hysterectomy at 24 I am now 54, have always suffered with pain on and off but on the two occasions I went tI the doctors I was told it was irritable bowel, has any of this got anything to do with that and did I have my ovary out for nothing as it wasn't big as the doctor advised me it was.