I had a vaginal hysterectomy and a bladder sling on Oct 6,09. I am experencing extreme pain in the lower area of my stomache and in the left groining area. The incision site as a lump and feels like its pulling and poking very painful. The right side is not like this. I have been taking pain meds and trying to rest . I have a doctor appt tomorrow but wondering if i should wait til then ... Any help at all would grately be appreciated.
Thank you !!
scar tissue, addhessions? what did the dr have to say? I am guessing its a problem w the mesh sling...they are currently being investigated. many report same symptoms as you. Used to be a mesh sling was fine Im going to research this weekend I believe the synthetic materials had been changed for improvement. thus again proffe you dont fix what is not broken the older slings were fine. there are ladies who have had the same one for decades. now all these women all these troubles its not a coincidence.
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