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Right pelvic pain

I am having right pelvic pain since many days. Gynaecologist consultation is going on. In recent USG my right ovary was not clear in ultrasound. It was mentioned suboptimal visualisation of right ovary. My previous scans didn't show anything like this. As my pain is persistent and on right side itself, so I am scared that it may be something serious. What exactly does this statement mean? Should I repeat the scan or any further investigation is to be done?
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Dr. Prashant Kini Mumbai | General Endocrinologist
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If sonogram does not show then go for a CT scan
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Dr. Mamta Pattnayak Gurgaon | Gynecologist
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Hi, sub optimal pain in pelvic region, do Ultrasound whole abd with empty stomach,  do cbc, to see any increase in tlc  count, for appendix. do sr beta hcg if sexually active.sometimes ovulation pain also happens.if not clear do mri or ct abdomen.
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Dr. Sachin Dalal Mumbai | Gynecologist
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Repeat the scan from a good sonography centre.
Also do rule out appendix infection.
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Sonography full abdomen.
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In case of doubt, get CT SCAN abdomen & pelvis done.
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