So, I am almost 3 weeks post-op, and I have this odd pain in my lower (very low) right pelvic area. So low, it is more like in my groin, slightly above my pubic bone. It comes and goes, but it is nagging, and it is sometimes sharp. I have had it constantly for about 6 days now. It isn't gas, it isn't the need to urinate nor the need to have a BM. In fact, other than this pain, I have been feeling REALLY good this last week!
I don't see my surgeon for another 4 weeks!! I emailed him and he said it sounded like ovulation pain (I still have both ovaries). I would have believed that if it only lasted a day or 2, but 6???
Anyone else have this issue? I have had this pain for years. Same pain, same spot. Along with a ton of other cramping, non-stop bleeding, golf-ball sized clots, etc. I find out my pathology when I see my Dr. but I suspect it will confirm Adenomyosis...
THIS IS THE REASON I HAD THE SURGERY! TO STOP THE PAIN! WTH??!!
Sorry. It has been a long day and I am so frustrated right now!
I had lower right pelvic groin pain and it turned out I had many adhesions, more than the doctor had ever seen. I still have some pain as I heal on days when I walk too far. My doctor said it is inflammation which is the body's way of healing.
I use ice and Tylenol, but you should ask your doctor to be sure what to do for your pain.
I had lower right pelvic groin pain and it turned out I had many adhesions, more than the doctor had ever seen. I still have some pain as I heal on days when I walk too far. My doctor said it is inflammation which is the body's way of healing. .
This is so good to read! I'm 10 days post-op and have been taking it easy, plenty of rest and very short walks. I've had tenderness and pain in my lower right groin/pubic mound, but nothing too major. It's been a bit more sore the last few days and I noticed a small bruise starting to form. I figured it was all part of the process but I did have extensive adhesions around my bladder and cervix. I have my check up this week and will double check with my doc, but it's nice to know I'm not alone!