I had a hysterectomy 4-5 yrs ago. I had the hysterectomy and one overy remover. Then I was still cramping so they removed the other overy. Now I have nothing and I still have cramps. my pelvic area is in continual cramping and is very tender. Does anyone have any reason for this also when I have a bowel movement it feelslike razor blades and can feel it from the begining where it starts and can feel it move the whole lenght of the bowel movement. I am usually in so much pain when I go that I am so close to tears. I am so horrified when I have to go I get sever anxiety when I know its time to go. I even take a stool softner everyday to try to help the act of going. My dr want to give me a colonoscopy. That does not sound at all like something I want to do.
really I was under the impression that I would be awake for the whole thing. That is what scares me and I also have an issue with urinating she wants to put a cathiter up there and blow up a balloon and strech the urethra and that really scares me too that she did say I would be awake for or maybe they can do both at the same time while I am sleeping
It really depends everyone I have spoke to said they were awake but for all three of mind I was asleep. Make sure you are asleep!!!
I have had the cystoscopy done as well and it is an in/out 2 second procedure. It is uncomfortable and you burn and bleed a little after urination. I am prone to yeast infections so right away I got one, yay! LOL.
I have Endometriosis and I had my first surgery in 2007. I just had my second one in Feb for everything you are describing and I had scar tissue all over my ureters, bladder and bowel. I feel so much better now. I could not have a BM without using an enema for 3 times a week for 3 yrs until finally I was cut back open to find out why.
Will I went to OBGYN I know nothing more now then I did before. They swabed for infection and set up a transvagional ultrasound and set me up with another appointment to give me the news and possiblely set me up to have a laproscopy. This *****!
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