I had my hysterectomy 6 wks ago, I am now in severe pain, I was admitted to the hospital with an abcess 5 days after my surgery, was in the hospital with iv antibiotics for 2 wks. I am home now, the pain has not gone away compleely, still taking tylenol like candy, went to the doctor today, the pain is worse, and I am having a brown discharged that has not bad smell. The nurse told me that I should be feeling better by now The doctor said the abcess is actually a hematoma, when I see the dr who did the surgery I told him now I have bladder problems, every time I get up, to walk, get out of bed, or go to sit up I pee myself. NOt like a small leak, I mean a guss of urine comes out. I am only 48 years old and I have to wear pads every day, sometimes I have to change it twice a day, the pain is exctrutiating, Does anyone know how long it takes to recover from this, IS the bladder problem permanent?
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