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Unread 07-19-2004, 12:43 AM
Trouble with laying on tummy

Hi Sisters!

I am over 1 yr po now. Just wondering if anyone out there is having any trouble this far po either laying on their belly or wearing too tight of pants. My tummy still hurts too bad to lay on it. Also when I wear tight pants that don't stretch, and if I happen to eat a little too much at dinner, I sometimes feel like I am being squeazed so that the air is being knocked out of me. Anyone ever feel anything similar to that and do you think it is normal? I will be going for my 1 yr. check up soon, so if I don't get any responses, I will as my gyn. who will probably just look puzzled or offer some explanation that I don't understand as usual! Thanks in advance for any info!

Karen
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Unread 07-19-2004, 03:24 PM
Trouble with laying on tummy

Hi there,
I don't have problems sleeping on my belly (I am also 1 yr post-hyster, 9 weeks post-laparoscopy). I cannot, however, wear pants that are even remotely tight against my belly. I just figured that I got too used to wearing baggy things! It will be interesting to see other replies!
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Unread 07-19-2004, 06:00 PM
Trouble with laying on tummy

((((karen)))) I am so sorry you're still having so much discomfort, such a long time after your hysterectomy

((((Sweetie))) I really don't think that having this much discomfort so long after your surgery is normal. I really think that you need to discuss with your doctor. A number of things could be causing this pain. It may be directly linked to your hyst or may be caused by something totally unrelated. Sometimes, it's amazing how simple it is to get relief, providing we ask for it.

Sending lots of s your way. Please keep us posted.
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