I had a diagnostic laparoscopy, hysteroscopy, endometrial biopsy and diathermy to endometriosis surgery 10 days ago, they found 7 areas of endometriosis on my left ovary and ovarian fossa (???) Since the surgery I have been in a fair amount of abdo pain and struggled to move. I feel much better than I did but still am experiencing stabbing and dull pains particularly on the left side. For the last few days I noticed pain when I urinate, it is fairly low down more like an dull achey pain really, but not excruciating or anything like that. Also I get stabby pains (outside) but not when I pee. I am not sure whether to contact my dr or whether the pains I'm experiencing are normal???? I am very new to this site and just wondered if anyone else has experienced anything similar?
I had a laporotomy on July 10, 2009. I too haven't had endo for very long and I was in pain after peeing for a few weeks. It came back a few days ago. Of course I had a much more serious surgery than you did.
I wouldn't worry too much about it just yet, but do keep an eye on it. Cranberry juice may also help with that.
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