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Why is period so painful after right tube removal surgery? Regular pain medication doesn't work and already suffer from pelvic pain. Almost as bad surg

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Dr. Padmavati Garvey
Obstetrics & Gynecology
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It depends on when you had your surgery.
Immediately after pelvic surgery the period may be a little heavier or more painful. If your surgery was a few months ago then there may be another reason such as infection.

In brief: See doctor

It depends on when you had your surgery.
Immediately after pelvic surgery the period may be a little heavier or more painful. If your surgery was a few months ago then there may be another reason such as infection.
Dr. Padmavati Garvey
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Dr. Ron Eaker
Obstetrics & Gynecology

In brief: Depends

Much of the answer depends on the reason for the surgery.
For example, a common reason to remove a tube is for an ectopic pregnancy. This can result in adhesions and scarring that can cause pain. Also, if you were on the pill prior to the surgery and stopped it, that may be the reason for a resumption of painful periods. The pill was responsible for minimizing the pain before stopping it.

In brief: Depends

Much of the answer depends on the reason for the surgery.
For example, a common reason to remove a tube is for an ectopic pregnancy. This can result in adhesions and scarring that can cause pain. Also, if you were on the pill prior to the surgery and stopped it, that may be the reason for a resumption of painful periods. The pill was responsible for minimizing the pain before stopping it.
Dr. Ron Eaker
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