This is an interesting question. The short answer is that the ovaries can and often do appear different. Many people will have different cysts and other small swellings that can appear on their surface. At other times, the differences in the color and appearance can be just an artifact of how and when the picture was taken. For example, if the angle was different or there was a spot of blood on the camera lens when the shot was taken. This is why it is so important to talk with your doctor
about the results, as he or she would be able to normalize what you are seeing and relate if there was anything concerning from his or her standpoint. A single image is just a static snap in time, and is not as good as the thorough examination that your surgeon
would be able to complete at the time of surgery
. While this is one possible explanation, it is important to discuss your concerns with your surgeon, especially if you are still having symptoms. Please speak with your surgeon about this question.