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Round Ligament Pain After C Section
Can c section (14 weeks ago) cause PID? Had abdomen, back and hip pain since few weeks after section.
No: A Cesarian in not likely to cause PID 14 weeks later. Days to 1 to 2 weeks after a Cesarian delivery, an infection can develop in the uterine incision, the endometrial- myometrial tissues (endomyometritis) ...the surrounding organs, Falopian tubes, ovaries parametria....not 14 weeks later. Would be valuable to seek a Gyn reevaluation to determine the cause and get a treatment of your symptoms. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
You may have : Stretched your healing incision, esp internal stitches while very sore, probably not serious & should improve. Try to take it easy, especially lifting for a week or so (as much as you can). Brace the area w pillow if you need to cough or sneeze. Consider wearing a girdle or spanx to add some support. Of course, if doesn't improve or if you have fever or unusual bad smelling discharge, call doc. ...Read more
Can internal scar from c section be felt when pressed on? Section 4 months ago, since soon after can feel hard area few cm above external scar.
28 wks pregnant, previous c section, placenta anterior, no acretta now- placenta is 4cm above c section scar. Could acretta still develop at this pt?
Post op: Pain is not normal and may be a sign of a post op complication. Please contact your surgeon. ...Read more
Pelvic pain: Pelvic pain is complex as there are several organs in the pelvis. The ovaries, fallopian tubes, uterus, cervix, bladder, appendix, intestines, colon and rectum can all be the source. Pelvic pain requires and examination to help organize the evaluation. If your pain is specifically in your c section scar you should schedule an examination to evaluate for an incisional hernia and other causes ...Read more
Had back&side pain (left), abdominal&hip pain. All since had c section 13 weeks ago, could it be related to pregnancy or recovering?
That is odd: Continued pain as you described is of some concern. You may have scar tissue. There may be some injury to the ureter (the tune from the kidney tintype bladder) which may explain the left-sided back pain though this is not that common in C-sections. Finally, it may be chronic back issues or positional problems even nerve stretching or injuries from the procedure itself though less likely. ...Read more
Complete hysterectomy 4y ago. W/vaginal cuff revision 1y ago. Scar tissue removed. Painful sex. Spotting. Pain in back & abdomin. Low grade fever.?
Needs follow up: This is a complex situation with lots of possibilities. The fever should be addressed first since that could be caused by so many things. Then your gynecologist can assess the vaginal cuff. You may have granulation tissue, scar tissue, pelvic adhesions or a number of other issues which can be addressed. ...Read more
Lower left pain before bowel movement only happens during period. Feels like a sharp pulling pain. Scar tissue from c section?Endo?Ihave ovarian cysts
What could be the reason for a sharp stabbing pain near the incision 11 weeks post partum after a c section?
Probably adhesions: Post op incisional pain such as you are describing is pretty common. It is often difficult to know what exactly the pain is from or even where it is coming from. The tissue at the surgical site is less flexible than before surgery and tends to stretch and even tear a little bit during healing process which can take up to 6 months to complete. My guess is that this pain will resolve in a few days. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
3 months after ACL reconstruction, I have still sharp pain where the hamstring tissue taken while bending above 120degree.Is it normal?
Continue Rehab: This can be normal, although it is rather uncommon, following hamstring harvest for acl reconstruction. The other issue may be related to your tibial tunnel (drill hole) that is very close to the hamstring harvest site. Make sure your surgeon is aware of this and continue your rehab. If this persists prominent hardware or another diagnosis should be considered. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Snapped a tendon in my left hip 1 mo ago. Caused spasms in pelvic area. Chronic pain internally at csection incision & ovary. Especially urinating.
C section 4 months ago (bikini incision) is it normal when touched for numb/tingling sensation & slight discomfort to be from scar up to belly button?
Yes, skin nerves: Those are cutaneous (skin) nerves that were cut at the C/section that are regenerating. ...Read more
C section and tubal right at one yr ago, irregular cycles, bad lower abdominal pain, right hip pain , is this common?
Anatomy: Because of the pelvic anatomy --.Get a more detailed answer ›
Are you sure?: If you have already been treated and diagnosed with round ligament pain then there is no reason to go to the er. If you are in severe pain and a doctor has not already determined that the diagnosis is round ligament pain then you should be seen promptly to rule out other more serious causes such as appendicitis. ...Read more
Sharp pain: Usually causes a sharp stabbing or pulling discomfort on either the right or left side of lower abdomen. Made worse by moving around and improves with rest. ...Read more
Variable: Everybody's diferent. It's variable and unpredictable.Get a more detailed answer ›
Hang in there.: Round ligament pain is due to normal changes that take place as your body is transformed by pregnancy. There are other, abnormal, treatable causes of pain that your md may want to check. Therefore, any new or significant pain should be reported to your doc. For round lig pain, try to: stay off your feet, take tylenol (acetaminophen) in the usual doses, and rest on your left side. Hand in there, its quite normal. ...Read more
Round ligament: The "round ligaments" (one on each side ) support the uterus. When the uterus is enlarged (with pregnancy or tumors, for example) movement of the body will allow the stretching of one or both "round ligaments" and cause a pain in one side or both abdominally. It is not harmful, just annoying. ...Read more
13wks pg, having pretty severe round ligament pain (i think), I have a small frame, but it's outright painful. Dr. Appt in a wk, should I go sooner?
Probably not: The pains in early pregnancy can seem out of proportion to the size of the pregnancy (how could something so small cause so much!). Assuming that you've had an ultrasound showing the pregnancy is inside the uterus, and you have no bleeding, it's likely okay to wait for your appointment. Other causes of pain could be, your ovaries, your appendix, bowel issues, constipation. If it's severe, go in. ...Read more
What type of dr would help w lower right abdom pain similar to round ligament pain- not cyst, not gallbladder, ruled out w ultrasound.
Was under the impression that RLP(Round Ligament Pain) is supposed to be felt bilaterally, where a high cut bathing suit would sit, not in my navel.
Supports uterus in: in pregancy the round ligamanet supports the uterus in forward position and can stretch and hurt as the baby grows larger , the bigger the baby the higher into the naval area it can go , if not pregnant may just be your body , or referred pain, should see dr for ultrasound to see if anything else. ...Read more
Muscle stretching: The round ligament goes from the top of your uterus down to the low pelvic wall. The round ligament has a muscle in it that stretches when you walk, move or lie in one place too long. It can be very painful. Fortunately, it won't hurt you or hurt your baby. Support belts often help the stretching. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Doc what is round ligament pain? When it will occur? Im on week 14 and having vaginal pain coming and going sometimes.. Taking clexane for aps....
I have bladder/ flank pain with occult blood in urine and something that feels like round ligament pain (not preg). Is this a gyn or urology issue?
Could be stone: It is possible that you have a stone that is passing as this can cause blood in urine and pain in flank and bladder regions. Best to see a urologist to check urine also to rule out infection and potentially imaging to rule out kidney stones or other urinary causes for pain. ...Read more
Position: The most important thing is to try to find a position that decreases the stretch on the round ligaments. This can vary from mom to mom. Good luck ...Read more
Possible, unlikely: While it is certainly possible to have similar pain as round ligament pain despite not being pregnant, i doubt the pain in question is "round ligament" pain because as far as i know, round ligament pain is only diagnosed in pregnant women. Thus, if your current pain persists or worsens, it is worth contacting your health care provider. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: They seem to help some women get relief. ...Read more
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