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5 months-pulled muscle or something else? 5 months-pulled muscle or something else?

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Unread 08-05-2006, 09:12 PM
5 months-pulled muscle or something else?

I've been doing really well the last few months, but now experiencing a new pain. It started two days ago after finishing dinner. At first I thought it was related to my intestines, felt full, like gassy. No problems with BM's, but felt full in there like I had to go. That feeling last until the middle of the day and then it started to get more sore and achy. Kind of like the feeling I had two-three weeks post op, only it's just "inside" my abdomen. Now today gas and BM's are still going through fine, but my tummy hurts and I feel stiff and sore in the middle. The pain seems to be worse closer to my left ovary. It's not constant, but hurts when I move.

Does anybody have any idea what this could be? I thought at first I had something wrong with my intestines, but now it seems like it could be related to my surgery. And then I remembered that I did flip the mattress on our bed the day before the problems started. So could it be a pulled muscle?

I will call my doc if it doesn't seem to be getting better over the weekend.


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Unread 08-05-2006, 10:26 PM
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I have a similar pain but on the right and I don't have ovaries anymore. My doctor felt for a hernia and said he didn't feel any but that we should watch that. Apparently, hernias do sometimes occur, so I would have your doc feel for that, just in case. Good luck.
Unread 08-05-2006, 10:57 PM
5 months-pulled muscle or something else?

Going to the doctor is a good idea even if it feels like it's getting better. I've noticed I think I'll call the doctor and all of a sudden I'm feeling better. Then at night it starts hurting again. Even if the DR tells you to take Motrin at leat it will ease your mind.

Good luck,

TAH - 7/10/06

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