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Headaches After Hysterectomy
See your doctor: Headaches are usually not due to serious diseases. The history and symptoms of the headaches can help assign a category to the headache. Around time of pregnancy, physicians are concerned about a condition called pre-eclampsia and eclampsia which is associated with elevated blood pressure. Elevated blood pressure can cause visual disturbances and headaches. Call and see your doctor. Click on pic. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Bowel pelvic adhesio: Bowel pelvic adhesions post supra cervical hysterectomy or total hysterectomy, may cause similar symptoms due to bowel inflammation. The intestine can get stuck in an area such as vaginal cuff, or other respected areas in the pelvis due to inflammation or bleeding. If symptoms persist i would recommend laparoscopy rule out adhesions. Brignonimd.Com. ...Read more
Pain during intercourse. Pain during menstrual,back ache,bad headaches,lasting a week before and after.started after tubal 10 months ago?
Pain: Pain with intercourse is not normal. It may be due to scar tissue but is still something that needs to be evaluated and an exam is necessary for evaluation. The other symptoms frequently appear after a tubal because you stop the other methods of contraception that prevent or decrease the cramping and headaches common with menses (there are many non-contraceptive benefits to pills, parches,etc.) ...Read more
Can endrometrios come back after having a full hysterectomy? I had severe endrometrios before surgery.
Yes: If your endometriosis was limited to the uterus, tubes and ovaries (which are removed with a "full" hysterectomy, then cure is possible; however, endometriosis can occur on the bowel, bladder and other intra-abdominal organs. If there is endometriosis still present after hysterectomy, you may suffer ongoing symptoms. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Headaches: Sorry to hear about you headaches. Would discuss with your team there but happy to do 2nd opinion. ...Read more
Bright bleeding with cramps 16 days after LMP and 6 weeks after aspiration abortion and 4 months after open abdominal myomectomy for 13cm fibroid ....
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
Several weeks : If possible consider a second opinion. If in fact a hysterectomy is needed at this time, look to a minimally invasive procedure such as laparoscopic or robotic. The visualization is better, the ability to remove disease is improved, and with smaller, less painful scars you can often ho home on the same day or the next day after surgery. Recovery for open surgery is typically 6 weeks vs 1-2 weeks. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Lower abdominal pain, discomfort, bloating after eating everyday for weeks. Loss of appetite. Lap surgery for removing endometrioma 3 mts ago. Normal?
Problematic: Chronic abdominal/pelvic pain post-ovary/Fallopian tube excision can be residua of intestinal adhesions, which commonly evolve after invasive pelvic procedures. Peritoneal adhesions beget kinked & spastic intestinal segments & symptoms of Irritable Bowel Syndrome. Gastroenterological evaluation might be helpful & Cannabis might benefit the symptoms. See comments: ...Read more
Is two weeks after surgery too early to have vaginal intercourse after a supracervical hysterectomy?
1 1/2 months after unilateral saplingo oophorectomy, cystectomy and appendectomy and still no period! I get hot flashes and night sweats.
Hormones: If you still have your ovaries, then you will still produce hormones. Usually women feel breast tenderness when they are in the premenstrual phase of their cycle. Since you won't bleed, you won't know exactly when this is, but you will still have cycles of hormones. Breast pain can also be from excess caffeine consumption, chocolate, weight gain, or other changes in diet. ...Read more
I have right ovarian pain after intercourse i'm two years post hysterectomy from cervical cancer..Why the pain?
Scar tissue: Surgery results in post-operative healing--which generally gives you scarring. The scarring causes unusual pressure or pulling on the organs that remain, which can pull the nerves -- resulting in pain. Different positions may also result in more pain than others. Perhaps you can try something else that would be more comfortable. ...Read more
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