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Severe pelvic pain, burning when coughing or straining. Severe pelvic pain, burning when coughing or straining.

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Unread 05-14-2003, 07:27 AM
Severe pelvic pain, burning when coughing or straining.

I had an LAVH 5 months ago. I have been doing fairly well until the last couple of weeks. I developed a sinus infection and then a chest cold and cough. I have been coughing so much that the last couple of days I am having SEVERE pain just inside my right hip bone. Last night when I was laying in bed and coughed I experienced a very sharp pain there and then severe burning for the next half hour or so. It was so painful that it brought tears to my eyes and took my breath away. Today it still hurts when I strain or cough. I called my OB/GYN yesterday and the nurse said that it is probably adhesions from the surgery. Do adhesions cause such SEVERE pain with straining? Could I have torn something this late in the game?
Thanks
Cathy
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Unread 05-14-2003, 08:03 AM
Severe pelvic pain, burning when coughing or straining.

My first thought was the same as the nurse's. However, neither she nor I are doctors. If you are concerned you need to see your and not just talk to his/her nurse.
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Unread 05-14-2003, 01:43 PM
Severe pelvic pain, burning when coughing or straining.

(((Cathy)))) I'm so sorry you're hurting so much

I am not a doctor and do not have experience with adhesions, so can't shed any as to what kind of pain is caused by adhesions. However, I agree with Joselle, that you need to have a doctor address this issue.

You might want to either call back your doctor's office and insist on talking to him/her or drop by the ER to have someone take a look at what may be source of your pain. IMHO, it is possible to tear something this late in your recovery.

Sending lots of healing s your way. Please let us know how you're doing.
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