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My pelvis/lower abdomen pain 2 months after a c-section. Feels like cramps?

Pain post c/s. Would follow up with your Ob. Are you having fever? discharge?Burning with urination? difficulty with bowel movements? difficulty with sex? Could be a number of causes like post -op infection(uterus/vaginal), urinary tract infection, constipation or what is known as adhesions - after surgery there is scarring and it can cause pain sometimes. Hope this helps. Read more...
See a Doctor. Some women will have pelvic cramps when they breast feed. It is not related to Cesarean Section. If you are not breast feeding, these cramps may be related to scar tissue from surgery or from infection. See a doctor. Good Luck. Read more...

I have lower abdominal pain, since my c-section 3 years ago. What could it be? My doctor looks at me crazy, and tells me everything is ok.

Adhesions. Sometimes in the process of healing, "scar tissue" develops which can cause abdominal pain especially on sudden movement. Often the bowel "sticks" to other intra-abdominal structures such as the bladder, uterine c/s site, or other locations. Read more...
Might be scar tissue. Sometimes we develop scar tissue internally from the surgery and this can cause pain. If your pelvic ultrasound and exam were normal and this pain bothers you, you may want to consider a diagnostic lapariscopy-a minor surgery to look inside and remove any scar tissue and to make sure you don't have endometriosis. Read more...

My period ended yesterday and tonight I'm having lower abdominal pain. It hurts my whole body? I had a C-section two years ago. Help???

Ibuprofen. I would take some ibuprofen and rest; maybe use a hot water bottle / heating pad on your abdomen. If the pain subsides after an hour or two then there is probably nothing to worry about. If you have a fever, abnormal vaginal discharge or worsening pain then you will need to go to the ER or urgent care tonight. Read more...

C section and tubal right at one yr ago, irregular cycles, bad lower abdominal pain, right hip pain, is this common?

Hip pain. The hip pain can be related to the ovaries if they are cystic as the pain can be in the same region. Typically hip pain is in the groin or out along your bony prominence called the trochanter and does not have to be related to your abdominal organs. Read more...