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21 Jun 2004

abdominal pain
Hi Doc
I am 33 yrs. I had a hysterectomy at 29 because of severe adhesions of the womb to the colon,bladder and stomach lining. Before I had the hysterectomy I experienced severe abdominal pain and again the same pain has returned. Is it possible that the adhesions could have grown back. I also have continuous cysts growing on my right ovary(the only one left). I have pain when urinating, during sex and worse during coughing and sneezing. I cannot make sudden movements without causing severe pain. The pain is sometime unbearable to a degree that I cannot walk. I experience hot and cold sweats almost constantly now. Can you help? Is it serious or will it subside?
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GynaeDoc
gynaedoc

01 Jan 0001

It does sound as if you need to see someone. Adhesions could form again after surgery and an underlying problem like endometriosis has to be excluded.
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