My question is I had endometriosis and pelvic congestion syndrome with a full hysterectomy and the doctors were pushing me out that day do you normally stay overnight with a full hysterectomy I feel the doctors did not treat me right?

More & more. hysterectomies are done as outpatients. An article. study entitled "Feasibility and Safety of Outpatient Total Laparoscopic Hysterectomy" concluded "Same-day discharge is a feasible and safe option for carefully selected patients who undergo an uncomplicated TLH, even in the presence of leiomyomas, severe adhesions, or endometriosis." https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4354205/ >>

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My doctor believes I have pelvic congestion syndrome. What is this? Is this rare, or common. Want some advice on this?

Rare. And a diagnosis of exclusion when a multitude of tests point nowhere in particular. Find a pelvic pain specialist in a university hospital in your area for best results. Read more...
Not so simple. Dilated ovarian/uterine veins become engorged with blood causing pain. Female, usually have had multiple pregnancies. Ultrasound/mri findings supporting the diagnosis. It is not a diagnosis of exclusion. It is real. Likely under diagnosed and under treated. The gold standard is mri/mrv, if present the veins are treated much like varicose veins can be. Ask to see an interventional radiologist. Read more...

My gynecologist is recommending a hysterectomy for what he believes is Pelvic Congestion Syndrome (varicose vein). I get pain down my legs and numbness during every menstrual cycle. He believes there's a 70% chance that the pain will go away. I've done pe

Yes indicated but. other non surgical options options are also available. Annoying disabling condition you gave correct description speak to your doctor if possible to try first ,vein abolition by embolization of pelvic veins ( ovarian ) which is non surgical and less invasive out patient procedure . . Read more...
PCS and leg pain. It is very difficult to say if your leg pain is related to your pelvic congestion syndrome. There are many causes of leg numbness including back issues. Leg numbness is not routinely associated with PCS. Before undergoing a hysterectomy you should have your leg pain and numbness evaluated. Read more...