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Unread 08-20-2002, 06:15 AM
Pelvic Area

I have a dumb question to ask. I had a bikini cut from my surgery and just below that cut on the lower left side of my stomach is where my pain is. I mean right in the lowest part of my stomach. My question is what organ could be down that low in my pelvic area? My doctor and other people who had the same surgery keep telling me that it couldn't possible be adhesions, however I disagree. And on that side is were my stomach more swollen then the other side.
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Unread 08-20-2002, 08:35 AM

First of all no question is dumb here! I also have a bikini cut actually i've had that same incision cut 3 times!
Do you still have both ovaries? After my TAH i kept myoveries and had tons of left sided pain, my dr. did an ultrasound and i had an endometrioma cyst.....I had my ovaries removed by a new Dr. because the first dr.. went in with a scope and said i had so many adhesions he could'nt drain the cyst...basicly left me in pain! thats why i found a new dr. Well this past April i went for a laperotomy and had my ovaries removed and tons of adhesions he said i was a horrible mess in there my intestines were twisted and stuck to my abdominal wall ect.....! Adhesions are very painfull and they can cause swelling, the pain is different for everyone! Adhesions start with surgeries, endo a blow to your stomach ect... I'm not a dr. but it could be many things but adhesion it could be too! And the only way to detect adhesions is through a scope! My pelvic area cramps at times and shoots pain and yes my left side still causes me trouble here and there and swells like a balloon sometimes! The more surgery the bigger the risk with these adhesion so for now i keep trucking forward!
as fafr as what organ could be that low would be your intestines if you have no ovaries!
You might want to give your Dr. a call and discuss this with him! you should'nt be in this much pain! sending you some big 's!
Love Colette
Unread 08-20-2002, 09:35 AM
That's where you're colon descends

Usually...adhesions can pull them out of place and wreack havoc with colons!

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