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Unread 04-20-2008, 02:43 PM
Still having pain issues

Good afternoon, I hope this find's everyone pain free. I had my hysterectomy in 03 and after almost 5 year's later I am still in allot of pain on my right side. I have been to several Dr's who have done some test but say there is nothing that can be done and to do the best I can with the pain. I am looking for any information or help of anyone out there as to why I would still be in pain after all these years after my hysterectomy. I feel like I no longer have a life at only 38 yrs old from all the pain I am in from daily activities. I would love to hear from anyone even if its just to talk in general, best of luck and hope everyone is pain free forever....
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Unread 04-20-2008, 07:55 PM
Still having pain issues

Do you still have your ovaries? I had a cyst that was causing my pain on the right side removed 5 weeks ago. I was fine for a couple of weeks, now I'm having pain with the same ovary again. Going to mention it to my doctor when I see him Wednesday. Otherwise, I'm not sure. Maybe scar tissue? Had some of that removed too. That can get painful, and doesn't show up on ultrasound or CT. Only way to get to it is surgery. Best of luck to you.
Unread 04-21-2008, 03:03 PM
Still having pain issues

What type of doctors have you seen regarding this pain? Have you ever consulted with a pelvic pain specialist or a pain management specialist? Are you keeping a pain/symptom diary that you can share with your doctors so they can "see" what might be going on?

I do live with pain on a daily basis, managed by my neurologist, but the pain is in my upper body. I have found that finding a doctor who will listen and work with me to be very benefitial.

Additionally, when I was dealing with chronic pelvic pain, I kept a pain diary using ReliefInsite’s online pain diary. When my pain and symptoms became such that I knew I needed surgery, I traveled out of town to a pelvic pain and endometriosis specialist. He was able to remove the endo and adhesions as well as diagnose and treat the IC.

It is very important to find doctors who will work with you to find the cause of the pain and help you treat it so you can live as normal of a life as possible. Sometimes we also have to think outside the box and consider alternative treatment options such as chiropractic care, accupucture, holistic health approach, etc.

I wish you all the best as you look for a doctor who will work with you to help you feel your best soon! in there! S

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