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PM Doc was great-said bleeder missed in hyst? PM Doc was great-said bleeder missed in hyst?

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Unread 02-11-2003, 06:53 PM
PM Doc was great-said bleeder missed in hyst?

Saw PM doc today. I liked him - great guy. He injected the right side pelvic somatic nerves as a test. This didn't last long. He said it would last a few hrs, but only lasted about 30 minutes. Proposes to zap nerves with current - jury is still out on that one.

Said what he thought went wrong with my hyst was that a bleeder was missed. Said the blood is an irritatant and has seeped in between all the layers of skin. And...that everything was real ticked off about it. OK, that would explain why I still look bruised 7 months post op.

I was thinking on the way home...I had blood in my urine in December. However, my bladder was not tender as it would be in IC. Therefore, I denied the cystoscopy. Is it possible there is still seeping blood and that is why I have this discolored blue area on the midline at seven months post op? If not, why wouldn't the blood under the skin have washed away by now? It does get darker when the belly is irritated. Has the incision under the skin separated and that is the reason for the recess area?

Thanks all,
Nancy
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Unread 02-12-2003, 06:51 AM
PM Doc was great-said bleeder missed in hyst?

Nancy,
I'm sorry I can't answer your questions, I don't have any knowledge in that area. I am glad that you found a doctor to listen to you and who seems to be able to help.
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Unread 02-12-2003, 09:22 AM
PM Doc was great-said bleeder missed in hyst?

((Nancy)),
I'm glad things went well with your Pain Dr Maybe you could call & speak w/his Nurse & ask for further info as to what he believes is going on in there?!? Please keep us posted on how your doing Hopefully your new Dr will be able to get to the bottom of your problems...((hugs))
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