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I had an abdominal surgery on Oct 04th , Almost 5 months post op and still belly swells and incision hurts... these last weeks getting more and more sensitive... I started using the belly binder again...
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Since your recovery requires you to take a break from your normal routine, it provides a great time to touch base with friends, old and new. As the Girl Scout song goes, “Make new friends but keep the old, one is sliver and the other is gold.”
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You should tell your doctor immediately about all medications, vitamins, and supplements you have been taking, even ones you consider to be natural. Several of them can cause life threatening issues when taken prior to hysterectomy surgery.
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A radical hysterectomy is most often performed in the case of a gynecological cancer, usually cervical or vaginal cancer. The surgeon will remove the uterus, cervix, and the inch or two of the vagina that is closest to the cervix. Often, lymph nodes in the pelvis, surrounding tissues, the parametr(..More)
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Posted by Gaga43 on Sun 17:36 in Post Hysterectomy
My surgery was done (robotic) in November 2016, since then I have had No Energy whatsoever...
Posted by Suz3 on Sun 15:45 in Post Hysterectomy
Hi. Really asking for any help I can get. Had LAVH nov 2 2016. Recovery was going ok. At 4...
Posted by Razrbabe on Sun 15:16 in Post Hysterectomy
:new: 9 days post-op and haven't had haf a bowel movement in last 4 days. How long until ...
Posted by Sydneychick on Sun 14:37 in Post Hysterectomy
I had really bad rectal pain more like cramping at night on Day 11 and then a less ...
Posted by krussell4 on Sun 13:02 in Post Hysterectomy
I'm 11 days post op and I feel like my body is rebelling. My boobs are so sore I can't rem...
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