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Is it normal to still have abdominal pain after a hysterectomy?

Is it normal to still have abdominal pain after a hysterectomy?

Complicated: This is a very complicated question. The answer depends on many details of your situation. How long ago was the hysterectomy? What was the reason for it? Did you and the doctors both expect your pain to get better with surgery? Or is the pain just since surgery? Any other medical issues? Plus various other factors. Sorry no easy answers. You'll have to be more specific. ...Read more

Dr. Barry Rosen
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Abdominal Pain (Definition)

Abdominal pain is pain that you feel anywhere between your chest and groin. This is often referred to as the ...Read more


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Constant right flank/back, intermittent abdominal and epigastric pain+no fever+no urine or bowel symptoms+history of bladder cancer and hysterectomy?

See doctor: Your have various symptoms that need to be carefully examined and needs proper history and may be few more test including radio imaging study. You better see your physician ...Read more

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7 months post op hysterectomy abdominal pain?

7 months post op hysterectomy abdominal pain?

Many options: It certainly could be scar tissue, but if it only just started 7 months after surgery, there are plenty of other non-hysterectomy issues that could play a role. Check with your obgyn. ...Read more

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Im a 26 year old female, I have lower left abdominal pain, it gets worse when i'm sitting and i lean forward, i've had a hysterectomy. Any idea?

Im a  26 year old female, I have lower left abdominal pain, it gets worse when i'm sitting and i lean forward, i've had a hysterectomy. Any idea?

Get it checked out: Only an exam could diagnose the problem. There are lots of structures there. Please see a doctor tomorrow. Be well. ...Read more

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Since january I have experienced swollen painful breasts & abdominal pain. I had a hysterectomy may 2013, i kept my ovaries. What is happening to me?

Hormonal changes: The average age of menopause is 51, so at 47 it would still be a little early, but not impossible for these changes to be related to menopause. I would definitely want you to see a doctor though, to make sure that there's nothing serious going on. Typically Progesterone is the hormone that causes breast pain and it could be that your hormones are just 'off'. See a doctor though to make certain! ...Read more

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I had a hysterectomy about 6 months ago and now I am having lower abdominal pain and it really hurts after sex what could be wrong?

I had a hysterectomy about 6 months ago and now I am having lower abdominal pain and it really hurts after sex what could be wrong?

Need exam: Lower abdominal pain and pain with intercourse that didn't start until 6 months after your hysterectomy is unlikely to be due to the hysterectomy. Normally these symptoms would have started sooner if the hysterectomy was the cause. You need to be seen for a full history, exam, and possibly testing to find the cause. Hope this helps. ...Read more

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8 months post op total hysterectomy. Sex causes instant severe lower abdominal pain. Why?

8 months post op total hysterectomy.  Sex causes instant severe lower abdominal pain. Why?

Call yourGYN surgeon: You need to call your GYN surgeon and make an appointment so that the area can be examined to find out why. ...Read more

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I am having abdominal pain, left and right side, bad back pains have had complete hysterectomy and gallbladder removed

I am having abdominal pain, left and right side, bad back pains have had complete hysterectomy and gallbladder removed

Talk to your surgeon: Without knowing why you had surgery or when you had surgery it is difficult to know if these symptoms are/aren't related to your surgery. Therefore, call your surgeon and discuss this with him. ...Read more

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Dr. Jeff Livingston
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Hysterectomy (Definition)

The entire uterus (womb), cervix, the part protruding into the vagina, and ...Read more