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5 wks post op today, still having light pain in pelvic floor. Normal? 5 wks post op today, still having light pain in pelvic floor. Normal?

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Unread 03-13-2012, 07:59 AM
5 wks post op today, still having light pain in pelvic floor. Normal?

Aside from the annoying belly overlap, I feel great! My energy is up and my vaginal leakage is all gone! However, I feel a slight discomfort, like a pulling sensation in the vaginal floor, especially when I am up and busy around the house. Is this just due to the healing of the vaginal cuff? I just don't remember this feeling last week. I just feel at this point I shouldn't be experiencing new pain, right?
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Unread 03-14-2012, 09:55 PM
Re: 5 wks post op today, still having light pain in pelvic floor. Normal?

I think some of us can still have pressure down there for awhile , especially if we are on our feet too long. I know I had a problem with it. If it really bothers you even after you rest then give the doctor a call and see what they advise.

Some of us take longer to heal. My cuff took a long time to heal and I ended up having to go in and have treatments in the office to help it along.

Hang in there

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