I had a complete abdominal hysterectomy on November 7, 2008. About three weeks ago I began to experience tingling in my toes and top of my left foot followed by a burning pain on the side of my calf muscle that radiates up into my hip and causes pain in the lower left side of my abdomen. I only experience this pain when I begin to walk or when I stand in place for 15 to 20 minutes. I have discussed this with my doctor. He ordered an x-ray and an ultra sound for blood clots. Both were negative. Has anyone else had this experience?
I had a partial hysterectomy Oct. of last year...The first few weeks I felt great and then I found out I developed a VVF ( fistula) which means I had a hole in my urine tube ...could have been from my sutures...I was referred to a Urologist who put a stent in for 6 weeks...Imediately my leg began to pain extremly !...I have had the stent out for about 3 weeks and reported to the Doctor that my right leg had burning throbbing pains during and after the stent...but I was told it was not due to the stent...sigh...so now I have surgery this Friday to fix the fistula which involves a re- implantation of my uterer into my bladder and another 6 weeks of this stent and extreme PAIN in my right leg from my groin to my feet...any advice...whats a irl to do..I am only 39 and have a small children and fatigue to the point that I feel I can not take care of them...I just need hope...
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