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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. Carlo Contreras
Surgery - Oncology
4 doctors agree
In brief: Lots of causes
Any type of operation, even when perfectly performed, is a stressful period.
And when you combine that with the discomfort of menstruation, the combination can be particularly difficult. Menstruation is commonly associated with muscle cramps and spasms which add on to surgical pain. Talk with your surgeon to find out whether your symptoms are within the normal range or not.

In brief: Lots of causes
Any type of operation, even when perfectly performed, is a stressful period.
And when you combine that with the discomfort of menstruation, the combination can be particularly difficult. Menstruation is commonly associated with muscle cramps and spasms which add on to surgical pain. Talk with your surgeon to find out whether your symptoms are within the normal range or not.
Dr. Carlo Contreras
Dr. Carlo Contreras
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Dr. Jonathan Song
Gynecology
2 doctors agree
In brief: Post-op recovery
Depending on when you had the surgery, it does take a few weeks and perhaps a cycle or 2 before you feel better. If you've been having painful menses consistently, it could be due to some other pathology such as endometriosis, which your doctor could have seen if present during surgery.
You need to discuss with your doctor.

In brief: Post-op recovery
Depending on when you had the surgery, it does take a few weeks and perhaps a cycle or 2 before you feel better. If you've been having painful menses consistently, it could be due to some other pathology such as endometriosis, which your doctor could have seen if present during surgery.
You need to discuss with your doctor.
Dr. Jonathan Song
Dr. Jonathan Song
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Dr. Michael Traub
Fertility Medicine
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Should Not Be
Removing the tube should not affect pain unless there is scar tissue that formed due to surgery.
There may be another reason entirely: infection, endometriosis, fibroids, etc so it is worth seeing your doctor or a specialist to figure out why you are in pain.

In brief: Should Not Be
Removing the tube should not affect pain unless there is scar tissue that formed due to surgery.
There may be another reason entirely: infection, endometriosis, fibroids, etc so it is worth seeing your doctor or a specialist to figure out why you are in pain.
Dr. Michael Traub
Dr. Michael Traub
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