Not recovering from total hysterectomy and fibroid removed
I had a total removal hysterectomy and a large fibroid the size of a honeydew mellon .I have not recovered since june 2012 now i have a large red area on my belly that looks like a burn mark Im alwways sore and hurting and I keep trying to walk and excersise and takes 2 days to recover lol what do you think the red area is and when i will recover from this and should ive been by now . thankyou .
Yes you should have recovered by now. Six months is a long time for recovery. The large red area on your belly can be due to infection, burns, skin peeling etc. Consult your Doctor for an examination. Also blood work may be done to find out why recovery is getting delayed and to see if there are any other health issues.
Take care & good luck.
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