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Unread 01-03-2004, 05:38 PM
Bleeding and Right sided pain

My surgery was done on August 29th and I have been released by both Doctors. I recently started having pain in the right side of my abdomen. I went to physical therapy on Friday for the sciatica I've been having due to bulging discs and when the therapist was pulling on my right leg, I mentioned that it hurt in the front as well as in my back. She and I talked about the fact that I had had the hysterectomy in August and she said it could be an adhesion or an ovary issue. That night DH and I had sex and there was quite a bit of blood! Today I have been spotting and still having the discomfort in my right abdomen. I tried to call my Doctors but of course they aren't open till Monday. Has anyone had this sort of thing happen over 4 months post op???

Thanks for any info!!!
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Unread 01-03-2004, 06:21 PM
Bleeding and Right sided pain

I haven't had the problem of bleeding post op, but have seen posts here from some who have. It may be something called "granulation", but I am not a doctor and you really need to contact your doctor. Your doctor should have an answering service, I would call the emergency number. It may not be serious, but I think it would be best to play it safe. If you can't reach anyone perhaps you should go to the ER.


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