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Burning Sensation After Hysterectomy
A burning sensation can be descriptive of nerve pain, some variations of migraine, and even central brain problems after a stroke. Have heard this said associated with phantom limb syndrome, reflex sympatheric dystrophy, and trigeminal neuralgia. Other patients might say ...Read more
Pulling, tearing and burning sensation on lower right side after total hysterectomy. Ovaries taken also. What could this be
Post Surgical Pain: How many days post op are you? It is common to experience pain, sometimes for months, because tissues and nerves have been cut and are being stretched with your body movements while they are healing. But if the pain is constant and severe, it might be a red flag. I would discuss your symptoms with your surgeon to be in the safe side. ...Read more
Hi I had hysterectomy 5wks ago and have now got a really bad pain/burning sensation in my left bum cheek, medication does nothing and have heaadache?
Visit ur OB/gyn: I recommend making an appointment with your ob/gyn to better determine the cause of your pain and address it in an appropriate manner. Wishing you the very best. ...Read more
5 weeks post op hysterectomy. Swelling on left side of abdomen with niggling pain/ burning sensation. Do you think it's just scar tissue?
I don't know: I don't know but your surgeon can give you a more accurate answer if you contact him/her. ...Read more
I am two weeks post op from my laproscopic vag assist full hysterectomy and I have been experiencing burning sensation around my belly button. Normal?
Mixture of burning sensation pressure and feeling like cramps in lower stomach. No period in 7 years. Had partial hysterectomy 7 yrs ago.
I'm having feet and leg pain and burning sensation after two weeks histerectomy surgery, I'm terrified!
It depends on if-: -the surgeon used a vaginal approach or trans abdominal. Retraction of nerves can cause injury by pressure, & usually clears in 6-16 weeks, depending on how significant the injury was. Don't panic, call your surgeon & discuss this with him/her. ...Read more
I'm a 32 year old woman and I've had a hysterectomy 5 years ago. Resently I had a cyst on my last remaining ovary and it popped. Now I'm having burning pain in that area and it hurts extremely bad to touch it where as when I had the cyst it was a stabbin
Pelvic pain=get seen:
First I am sorry you are hurting.
Lower abdomen pain can be due to several sources including kidney stones, appendicitis (is your pelvic pain on the right?) or ovary cyst rupture. All are very painful. Usually with a confirmed ruptured cyst, time will heal and you can take pain meds (otc tylenol/aleve) or get a prescription. A long term solution could be surgery (i don't recommend @ this time). ...Read more
Is it normal to have a burning pain on one side of abdomen a week after having a laproscopic hysterectomy?
Lap hyst: I'm not sure about the burning pain. Not being there to examine you, I would recommend you contact the doctor who did your procedure and arrange for a follow up appointment if you don't have one yet. If you do have a follow up appointment, then remember to ask about this. If it is bothering you a lot, better call them up today and talk to them about it. ...Read more
I'm a 30yr old woman I've had a full hysterectomy and appendectomy. I'm having dull burning pain on the left side of my stomach along with nausea and di?
Question cut off: Please resubmit and include a clear & specific question. ...Read more
Had hysterectomy 5 wks. Seroma drained 1 wk ago. Groin/abdomen/upper leg burning pain returned but worsening. Doc felt it might be nerve issue too??
Abdominal pain: You did not note why you had the hysterectomy. It could be related to that if ovarian or uterine mass issue. It could be nerve pain but also could be recurrent seroma or infected seroma or adhesions (scarring that occurs post op). Consider repeat CT/ultrasound. Discuss with your doctor/ER/urgent care. ...Read more
Need more info: Sorry, but it is hard to say beyond some general comments. The location, aspects of when it started, associated symptoms and so on are needed. In general, burning sensations or pains suggest nerve involvement. Nerve pain (neuropathy) causes burning and tingling, and be caused by nerve injury, irritation or infection. One cause of burning with nothing else can be a first sign of shingles. Write more. ...Read more
Hemorrhoids: Hemorrhoids can cause rectal pain, and even a burning sensation. However, there are other causes of rectal buring to include fissures, dermatitis, infection, IBS, worms, reactions to foods or fragrances, and many others. An examination by a doctor is the best way to find the cause of the symptoms. ...Read more
Like fire: A burning sensation can be descriptive of nerve pain, some variations of migraine, and even central brain problems after a stroke. Have heard this said associated with phantom limb syndrome, reflex sympatheric dystrophy, and trigeminal neuralgia. Other patients might say sharp or needle like. ...Read more
Burning thighs: This usually means that a subcutaneous nerve is being compressed. One common example is a condition called meralgia paresthetic, which usually affects from the anterior lower lateral abdomen down to the thigh and/or groin. Other causes would include chemical burns (from topical medications or otc products) or sunburn. ...Read more
As above: Hd can be very common, however, if the type of hd u r experiencing never experienced before, than u need to be worried and see a neurologist for evaluation and work up. ...Read more
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