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Incisional Pain on 2nd Post-op? Incisional Pain on 2nd Post-op?

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Unread 07-30-2003, 07:41 AM
Incisional Pain on 2nd Post-op?

Hey, ladies.

Well, I had my lysis of adhesions a couple of weeks ago and, unfortunately, they were dense enough that I had to be cut, rather than scoped. My gyn said she tried every way possible to lap but bowel injury was just too risky. I think this is what happened with Deb, right? Anyway, had to spend one night in the hospital and what a bummer. Things seem to be going well now - - still don't feel that pull and tugging pain I had on my left side but what I do feel is incisional pain on either end of my scar. It's sort of a pinchy type of pain and the incision still hurts to the touch in these areas. Sound familiar? I talked to my gyn and she said I SHOULD still be feeling pain but it's just kinda scary and I'm paranoid. Any comments would be appreciated.
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Unread 07-30-2003, 02:02 PM
Incisional Pain on 2nd Post-op?

I'm sorry you're still having pain. You are still fairly early post op from your last surgery. I know with each successive surgery I have had it has taken me longer to recover and the pain I feel is a bit worse than the procedure before it. I would give it some time and keep your doctor posted on how you're feeling. If it persists than insist on being seen and checked out by your doctor.

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