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Unread 12-02-2007, 09:48 AM
6 months PO with ligament pain

Hi,

Has anyone else ever experienced a pulling sometimes stabbing ligament pain? Located, bilateral in the low pelvis down the inner thighs? A few days ago I was on the treadmill walking and maybe I pulled something? I thought exercise was ok post op. I only walked for 30 minutes...

Thank you for any helpful input. I just want to know if it sounds normal 6 months post op.

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Unread 12-02-2007, 10:31 PM
6 months PO with ligament pain

Hi, I am at 3 and a half and thought I had something bad and it was a pulled groin muscle in my lower right quadrant. It was explained to me that muscles that once glided are now sewn. So this is part of the healing process. I did not pull a muscle until a month after I hiked the Grand Canyon for four days with a back pack. So, I think we will all have unusual muscle pulls or ligament sorness for a while. My doc told me I did mine probably rolling over in bed. Jeez!
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Unread 12-03-2007, 05:23 PM
6 months PO with ligament pain

Thank you for the info, I just wanted to make sure it sounded normal. I need to keep exercising because I have gained some unwanted pounds!
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Unread 12-03-2007, 08:38 PM
6 months PO with ligament pain

lalahead, my punds just moved around. I lost five. So I look like a bartlett pear. My boobs are smaller, waist is smaller and I still have swelly belly. But the exercise feels great. I figure it will eventually even out. It may take awhile. But I not willing to trade that exercise feel good feeling, even if I get swelly belly from it. I basically think people on the run/walk track look at me and figure I am recovering from a pregnancy. And I am 45.
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Unread 12-07-2007, 06:20 PM
6 months PO with ligament pain

Yes, I think if we just stick to some exercise our bodies will even out. I just have to try to pace myself so I don't end up with any post surgical injuries! I hope my internal organs are not just hanging together by a thread, sometimes it feels like it! But, I hear it may take up to a year to feel better, so I will learn to be patient.
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Unread 12-08-2007, 01:20 PM
6 months PO with ligament pain

Hey la! Been a long time! 7 months for me as of this last Tuesday! I thought the ligament pain was just me?? When I first got back to the gym I just about keeled over after my 45 minutes on the treadmill....not from exhaustion but from the tenderness. I have been doing some very gentle yoga stretches before and after working out now and it seems to help. I too have gained a few extra pounds - seems like my metabolism has come to a complete standstill! I know I'll be happy once the 1 year mark comes and goes...I keep counting down the months. I tell you though - it has been great not spending the $$ on pads, etc. I am saving the money I used to spend for DisneyWorld in January!
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Unread 12-10-2007, 05:33 PM
6 months PO with ligament pain

Thank you for the stretching suggestion I wasn't doing that. Yes, I need to keep moving now more than ever since my whole metabolism has changed with the surgery.
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