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Unread 12-31-2004, 01:23 PM
pelvic pain

I had a tvh in June kept my ovaries and am now experiencing pelvic pain on my right side same type of pain I had before my surgery. I've had this pain for about 3 weeks. The last 2 weeks I've also had nausea in the morning and in the evening. I have an appointment with my family dr. I'm not going back to the gyn that did my surgery, for some strange reason his office is now doing non surgical cosmetic procedures such as botox and laser hair removal I just think that's a little strange If I was interested in a cosmetic procedure I'd go to a dermatologist not a gynecologist. Hoping my family dr. can help.
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Unread 12-31-2004, 01:49 PM
pelvic pain



I am sorry to hear that you are having new pain. Your family doctor may be a good place to start but I would suggest finding a new gyn doctor too.

I had my hystrectomy in February, 2002. I needed additional surgery in June, 2004 to remove my right ovary and adhesions because I developed horrible pelvic pain that continued to get worse. I am soon going to be going in for more surgery to remove additional adhesions becasue I am again having pain, nausea, and digestive problems.

Please see a doctor as soon as possible - keep us posted on how you are doing.

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Unread 12-31-2004, 01:52 PM
pelvic pain

Do you have a temperature? I always worry about the possibility of appendicitis with lower right quad pain. Keep an eye on that and don't hesistate to go to the ER if the pain get worse.

I agree with the laser hair removal and botox thing being out of place with a gyn practice. I'm trying to picture this ... in the stirrups for an exam and having a gyn say ....hey, ever thought of having that bikini area hair permanently removed? Just too weird. Seems to me like you'd make mad a lot more patients than you'd make happy. It also seems to me like cashing in on their patients.

Maybe your GP will refer you to a gyn whom you will feel comfortable with.

Lots of luck to you!

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