Severe symptoms after surgery - feel extremely ill - help

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Hi guys !

I'm nearly 3 weeks post-op but have been back to my gyn/surgeon multiple times.

I am still extremely nauseous and getting intermittent pain from moderate to extreme.

I've been taking anti-nausea (ondansetron) and it helps but the nausea comes back again and again. 

I had my right ovary taken out as it was completely necrotic due to undetected torsion due to the cyst which had also made it all tangled up and adhered with other organs.

I went to see her today and she ordered a CT and blood tests.

When I got home however, I developed severe abdominal/pelvic pain with diarrhea and the nausea came back even though I had just taken the nausea meds 2 hours ago. It is not going away.

I do have to mention that 3 weeks ago I had a 1cm smaller cyst in my left ovary and they wanted to remove it to prevent it from growing but since they ended up having to take my right out, they didn't want to touch it.

I can't stand it anymore. Does anyone have any ideas ?



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    I don't understand cause i had my left ovary and tube taking out and i am ok when they removed it did your doctor say that everything went ok as far as the surgery went hang in there everything will be ok

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      Everything went fine with the surgery but she did say it was more complicated than expected/ as my cyst had adhesions to nearby organs.

      What hasn't gone away is the discomfort/nausea. Discomfort is intermittent but it does come back. Im still taking anti-nausea meds.

      Thanks for the reply !

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