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Unread 11-16-2001, 05:10 PM
4 months post-op ??having cramps??

I am 4 months post op, I have tah with ovaries removed, I feel like I'm ovulating today, was having a little bit of pain today from where the ovaries used to be on the left side, and a little bit of cramping. Is this normal? Has anyone else felt this? Last night I had a sharp pain in my abdomen, where my uterus used to be that lasted about 2 seconds, it felt like something popped, but I haven't had any since then. I was laying in bed at the time. I haven't lifted any thing heavy. Let me know if anyone else has felt this way at 4 months post op, thank you in advance.
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Unread 11-18-2001, 08:18 AM
4 months post-op ??having cramps??

I am 6 weeks post op from TAH/BSO, took cervic. I felt exactly what you described in your post. Sharp pain woke me in the middle of night, feeling like I was ovulating, cramps off and on. I thought I was all done with those feelings! Taking ibuprofin during the day, seems to help. Don't know if we are doing too much, I am back to doing ALMOST everything prior to surgery ....just takes alot longer. I do remember, however, describing those feelings to DR during one of my pregnancies and was told that it was ligament pain. Maybe that is what we are feeling. (?) Take care, hope you feel better soon!
Unread 11-18-2001, 10:07 AM
4 months post-op ??having cramps??

thanks for replying, it seems my cramps went away the day after, who knows what it was from. I have been working full time since september. The only problem I have since the surgery is being very tired, I still get up once or twice a night to "pee". I never did before the surgery. Other than those cramps that one time and being tired, I feel great. Hope you feel better soon
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Unread 11-18-2001, 10:19 AM
4 months post-op ??having cramps??

Hi fellow Princesses,

Just a reminder that doctors say that it really takes 6 months to a year for our bodies to fully heal from this surgery.

You may consider phoning the DR's office just to make certain everything is OK.

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