Hi, I am new to here. I am a 44 year old mom who just had the Novasure ablation procedure done for heavy and too frequent menstruation. I just had the Novasure done two days ago, so this is the beginning of day three. I ended up in the ER the day of the procedure because once I was home I was vomiting so much, could not keep any pain meds down and was in excruciating pain. Was given great pain meds and fluids in the hospital and sent home. Today, day three, I still have cramping, quite a bit actually. I have no discharge, but my lower back, legs, and uterus/bladder are cramping bad. Does anyone know if this is normal? I was told that some women who have had C-sections (I had two), can have adenomyosis (spelling). Does it sound like this might be what is happening to me, or is this normal to be in so much pain. I was told the cramping was only to last four hours to at the most a day after the procedure. Any help or advise would be great.
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Re: three days after Novasure and still having pain
I hope you'll find information here that is helpful.
You're welcome to start a new thread in our <link> Hysterectomy Options forum where others can share their experiences, but you may find it more beneficial to visit www.endometrialablationdiscussion.com where you'll find a wealth of information and dedicated post-ablation support. Please be sure to keep in close contact with your doctor, however.