What would symptoms of scar tissue be after a vaginal hysterectomy?

Pain. Pain with intercourse, pain with bowel movements, etc. The diagnosis of scar tissue can only be made by re-operating and confirming it...This is usually avoided because multiple surgeries can cause more scarring, which are called adhesions.
Varies. It would depend on where the scar tissue forms. Scar inside the vagina can cause pain and/or a narrowing or shorteneing of the vagina. Scar tissue inside the pelvis or abdomen can cause many different symptoms depending on which organs are involved (bowel, bladder, ovaries, ureters, etc).

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Is it common to have problems with scar tissue after a vaginal hysterectomy?

Possibly. Yes, it is possible. Laparoscopy or ultrasound may help to identify if this is the cause. Read more...
No. It is possible but it is certainly not common. Unfortunately those few women who do experience scar tissue problems may find that those problems can be persistent and frustrating. Read more...

Could I have scar tissue on my colon after vaginal hysterectomy; and how would I know?

Adhesions. Any intra-abdominal process like a hysterectomy can cause scarring/adhesions within the abdominal cavity. It does not cause actual scarring of the colon unless it was injured intra-op. Read more...
Yes. Adhesions and scar tissue are quite common after any surgery. The minimal manipulation of the bowel at the time of a vaginal hysterectomy is unlikely to cause significant problems, but it is certainly possible. That risk is further increased in the case of post operative complications like bleeding and/or infection. The only way to know for sure would be to undergo another surgery to look. Read more...

Had partial vaginal hysterectomy 7 yrs ago. 3 months ago, began wrking w/ personal trainer. Can scar tissue cause gut-ripping pain. Will it bleed inter?

"Gut-ripping" bad! Scarring or adhesions from surgery can tear with activity, and it can cause pain, although usually not bleeding. However, pain described as "gut-wrenching" sounds pretty bad. If that is continuing, you should be seen so a good history and exam can be done to give you a better answer! Read more...

Could scar tissue be causing me to have pelvic pain especially when I have a sonagram vaginally, I had a csection in 2010 then a hysterectomy in 2011?

Possibly. A scar neuroma may be capable of sending abonnormal pain signals. You will know if this is causing it is if you press down on you scar and it reproduces your symptoms. The best way is have your doctor examine you. Read more...
Possible. Scar tissue could be the problem. If you still have your ovaries, then an ovarian cyst could be the issue. You could have endometriosis - having had a cesarean delivery does increase the risk for endometriosis and that would easily cause he type of pain you describe. Read more...