Doctor insights on: What causes lower back pain after hysterectomy
What causes lower back pain after a hysterectomy? I had my done 11/20 and about two weeks post op the lower back pain started. ... Why?
Low back pain is pain that occurs in the back above the buttock area and below the ribs. Low back pain can be sharp, dull, intermittent or constant. Pain can be at rest or associated with activity. Back pain can also be accompanied with pain that shoots or radiates down into the lower extremities or legs which is frequently ...Read more
I had a partial hysterectomy. Can I still get pid? I have lower back pain, fishy odor and a discharge and been feeling feverish and run down.
PID is not likely: If your cervix and uterus were removed and your vaginal vault healed well and is closed, a bacterial pelvic inflammatory disease is practically impossible. If your cervix was left in place, you may experience signs and symptoms of vaginitis and cervicitis which may mimic PID. A simple Gyn exam and a careful examination of the "fishy discharge" should answer your question and guide your treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sharp lower right side pain relieved after urinating. Left side radiating pain and lower back pain. Had partial hysterectomy and ovary removed later
Could be related to:
Surgery or some thing else.
During a partial hysterectomy, a surgeon may inadvertently damage the organs that surround the uterus, such as the urinary tract or bowel, better health channel explains. Affected women can develop bowel movement or urination problems due to this damage.
Or could be due to new problem need to investigated. Good luck. ...Read more
61years, she has made hysterectomy 1year ago, it has a strong gland on the lower left side of the abdomen, it has only low back pain and cough/rarewhat?
I had partial hysterectomy over 30 yrs and bladder sling over 20yrs...now have severe low back pain and light spotting and mild cramps... What's wrong?
Hysterectomy: Suggest being checked by urologist.Get a more detailed answer ›
I have lower abdominal pain an lower back pain sometimes its unbearable. I had a partial hysterectomy. I also get nauseous what could it be?
See your gyne MD: There are a number of possibilities, depending in part, what the reason was for your partial hysterectomy and when it was done. While possibly not related at all, your gynecologist should evaluate this initially, with a physical exam and ultrasound. This could be a problem with the uterus (recurrence), the ovary, adhesions from surgery, urinary tract infection or a gastrointestinal issue. ...Read more
I had cervical cancer two years ago and under went treatment. I'm having lower back pain and sharp cramping even though I had a hysterectomy.?
There are many: Reasons for these symptoms that could include: adhesions related to your prior surgery, a GI issue like diverticulitis, a urinary tract infection or other urinary issue as well as not excluding your prior diagnosis so you should be evaluated by your doctor as these symptoms are not typical of a spine problem. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am 3 months post-op daVinci hysterectomy (ovaries intact) & have severe cramping, spotting, diarrhea, lower back pain & fatigue. This just started.
Call your surgeon: You need to call your surgeon and be re-evaluated to be sure all is well. ...Read more
I had a tubal pregnancy in 04 an partial hysterectomy in 05. Well for the past year I've been having lower abdominal pain an lower back pain. I also have migraines. The pain is unbearable sometimes. I have also gotten to where I look 5 months pregnant at
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Multip possibilities: Low back pain can be caused by various conditions and often a combination of sorts. The history (due to trauma? /how long present/ etc), severity of the pain, radiation of the pain (does it move down your leg) & other factors, and exam are helpful in identifying the cause. It coud be be due to mechanical prob, muscle strains, disc disease, arthritic problems, joint d/o. See your md as a start! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Possibly: If the pain is substantiial, radiates, persists, causes weakness or numbness, it should be avoided. ...Read more
Several things: Consider getting a pregnancy test.Get a more detailed answer ›
Many possibilities: Rqnging from: si joint, hip joint, or spinal. Less likely a referred pain from another organ system likea kidney stone. Spine conditions like: muscular, facet joint, disc origin, arthritis, spinal instability to name a few. If it persists past several weeks or progresses, see your physician. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
An ulcer, gastritis,: There are several possibilities including disorders of the GI system, kidney or renal system, cardiovascular system & the reproductive system - ulcers, pancreatitis, infections, aneurysms, endometriosis, ovarian cysts, diverticulitis, pelvic inflammatory disease, ectopic pregnancy, kidney stones, infarcted intestines, volvulus, intussusception, tumors & adhesions are just a few possibilities. ...Read more
Many different cause:
Most common cause being muscular - muscle spasm due to poor posture, injury, overuse, etc.
Also other local causes such as inflammation of the joints between vertebrae, nerve impingement, discus degeneration, etc.
Referred pain may also cause back pain for example bowel, bladder or kidney disorders. Also bursitis of your greater trochanter (side of your hip bone), or even the hip itself.