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Unread 08-04-2004, 01:42 PM
not quite sure?

OK, short background. TVH 7/02, lso 2/04 ovary was adhered to pelvic wall. Still have my right ovary.

Ok the questions, The pain has been coming and going on the left side, but then today it has been more center to left and I hurt really bad when my bladder gets just the tiniest bit full but it doesn't hurt to pee. Could this still be a bladder infection? It hurts so bad right now that I don't know if it is just that they usually don't hurt that bad.

I also went from being one of those people that have a bm every 4, 5 days to having constant diarrhea and horrible pains with it. I had a colonoscopy in september and it showed nothing so they said IBS. But this is different.

ok so really the bladder question, but if anyone has any ideas about the bowel, all is appreciated.

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Unread 08-04-2004, 02:04 PM
not quite sure?

Given your history of adhesions, I wonder ... could it be adhesions?

Still you should call your doctor anytime you have severe pain, especially if it is new/different pain.

I would think that you could have your urine tested to rule out a bladder infection fairly simply.

Hope you are feeling better soon!

while you wait.

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