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After Partial Histerectomy What Can Cause Severe Groin Pain
Altered walking: I see this fairly often and it is usually do to a change in the way a person walks after the knee surgery. They will tend to favor the operated leg and this will cause excessive strain on their other joints including their back . Usually when the knee gets better and the walking improved the back pain gets better too. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Absolutely.: Bowel pain from constipation is a common reason for pain after any surgery. The chance of getting constipation after surgery is high because of anesthesia, narcotic pain meds slow down bowel motility, most patients eat less, activity is less, and the surgery itself sometimes aggrevates the intestines and slows motility. ...Read more
Normal short term: It is normal to have some pain around the port sites after lap chole and around the incision for an open procedure. These usually decrease by 2 weeks. If you seem to be having deeper pain, or if you experience fevers, night sweats or don't feel like you are getting better, call your surgeon for advice. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Whether "endometriosis" pain recurs post-laparoscopy: medical literature reports intestinal adhesions after just about every invasive abd/pelvis procedure. What was done? Were biopsies taken? Rarely are & rarely show endometrial pathology. "Wandering" uterine lining is an unproven theory. Is "Endometriosis" pain iatrogenicaly-induced irritable bowel syndrome? Ask for a biopsy report. Good luck! ...Read more
Severe abdominal pain on lower right side while coughing. Incisional mesh repair a year ago. What can be done to prevent this severe pain?
May need revision: You should get back in for a surgical consultation. You may need a revision of the mesh repair. ...Read more
A socket problem...: Groin pain could be failure of the socket implant to achieve bone ingrowth, which means it is loose. Another common cause is tendinitis of the psoas tendon. This can be treated with nsaids, injection of steroid into the tendon sheath, or surgery to relieve impingement. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Unlikely, but...: Conceivably, an abscess in the pelvis can cause your symptoms, but very unlikely to be caused by a colonoscopy, more likely found by it. If you are concerned, a ct of the abdomen/pelvis may be indicated, especially if you are having fevers and had diverticulosis on your colonoscopy, but let your doctor know this is going on. ...Read more
Position: While shoulder pain is often attributed to irritation if the diaphragm by carbon dioxide gas uses in laparpscopy, back pain is most often a consequence of laying down flat on your back without moving while under general anesthesia. It should be self limited, and when postop pain permits, some back stretching may help. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Experiencing knees pain and lower back pain two months after C-section delivery. What could be the cause and how to remedy it?
Exercise: After pregnancy, your body has to regain its "sea legs, "again. There was a change in your pelvis during pregnancy and your center of gravity that may have affected the mechanics of your knees in terms of the patellae or kneecaps as well as your back. Rarely, an autoimmune response can be triggered by your pregnancy. Start exercising when cleared to do so to avoid an incisional hernia ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am 8 weeks post op vaginal laproscopic hysterectomy beginning to severe lower abdominal and back pain. What can be this?
How big does a uterine fibroid have to be to cause severe back pain? Severe back pain with weakness in left leg
Severe is Key: The word severe is key to your answer. See your doc. If he does not know what it is, get a second opinion. ...Read more
Unusual: I haven't had many patients complain of back pain after inguinal hernia surgery. It may have been due to the positioning during surgery. Some clinics will do hernia surgery under an epidural anethesia and this can cause back pain. See your surgeon and discuss your pain with him. ...Read more
Blood in belly: Believe it or not, many of us menstruate our blood not only out our vagina, but also out our fallopian tube to inside our belly. That can give us heaviness, discomfort, pain, nausea, bloating, constipation, or other pelvic discomfort that may peak several days after your period. Other possibilities could include changes in gut motility from hormonal changes, or even irritation of the appendix! ...Read more
You need to see your: Doctor as this is not a back problem. But most likely a gastrointestinal issue. ...Read more
What could cause a sharp, stabbing pain in the pelvic area months after a total abdominal hysterectomy that left my ovaries?
Several things: An ovarian cyst could be present. An ultrasound would show that. You could have developed pelvic adhesions after the surgery. The pain could be related to your intestines, bowel function or constipation. These are some options you could discuss with your obgyn. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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