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Unread 06-07-2010, 03:12 PM
Question - pain in rectum pain in rectum

I had my hysterectomy july 09 . Since october of 09 i been having horrible pain in my rectum if i have a gas pain or bowel movement it horrible pain and it only come once a month. I have one ovary . Also when it come once a month i bleed out my rectum . And now i am having a lil blood coming out my vagina . Went to er they dont no anythin they think it endo wrapped in my colon or something any one with this problem?
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Unread 06-07-2010, 03:54 PM
Re: pain in rectum



If your pain is anything like mine was, it hurts unbelievably and takes your breath away! My pain was related to IBS, endometriosis on my bowel wall, and an adhesion from the bowel to my vaginal cuff! OUCH!

Since you were in ER, have you talked to one of your doctors about the rectal and vaginal bleeding and pain issues? Did the ER doctor refer you to some type of specialist--an endometriosis specialist or gastroenterologist maybe? All of your bleeding and symptoms could be related to the endometriosis and your cycle but you need to visit a doctor and see what is going on for sure.

Are you keeping a journal of your symptoms? If not, I would suggest starting one. Write down as many details as you can. The more information you can share with your doctor, the better.

In the meantime, you might try a diet geared for IBS as it might be easier on your system until the core issue(s) can be treated.

in there! s
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Unread 01-24-2012, 09:23 AM
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Thank you, I have not been on in a long time. Two and a half years later and they are still trying to find out whats wrong. I have had two colonoscopies both came back fine. I had a mri it showed narrowing of the rectum. so they did a barium which was a nightmare, but it showing some scarring in there. I got my reports from the hysterectomy it said the doctor severed my recto ssigmoid. The guy that did the barium enema said thats where he sees the scarring. So i seen a general surgeon and he said he will not touch me. so now i am trying to find another dr. I just no I cant bear with this pain anymore, It comes once a month like a period. I still bleed out my rectum . does this sound like a doctor mistake to you?It all started rt after the hysterectomy. what exactly is ibs?
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Unread 01-25-2012, 11:50 AM
Re: pain in rectum



IBS is Irritable Bowel Syndrome. According to the Mayo Clinic, "IBS is a common disorder that affects your large intestine (colon). Irritable bowel syndrome commonly causes cramping, abdominal pain, bloating gas, diarrhea and constipation. Despite these uncomfortable signs and symptoms, IBS doesn't cause permanent damage to your colon."

http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/irr...ndrome/DS00106

If your doctor had to do work on any part of the bowel or rectum, there is a high risk of injury. That is one reason many doctors won't even work on those areas, my own OB/GYN included. Damage to those organs is not necessarily a mistake at all, it is simply a risk of surgery. If damage does occur for whatever reason, then scar tissue and adhesions can form. Also, surgery itself allows for scar tissue and adhesions, even if the surgery went perfectly!

Keep in there!
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Unread 01-28-2012, 05:54 AM
Re: pain in rectum

Hi I also have endo and am having a hysterectomy on thursday.It could be you have endo on the pouch of douglas i had it there and it caused bleeding in the bowel pain whilst going to the toilet etc.i`ve also had a small section of my bowel removed due to endo on the outside of it.
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