Why are the pains back a year after my partial hysterectomy?
I had a partial hysterectomy on November 3, 2007, and now I am having some of the same pains I had before the surgery. I feel as if I am being kicked down there. Not in my stomach but in my vagina. That is the only way I can explain the pain. It is throbbing pain and almost feels like someone with steel toe shoes has kicked me down there. It comes and goes and is so intense it stops me in my tracks and has me wanting to ball up with pain.
Also for the last couple of days I have had a burning pain in my nipples. Almost like it was when I was breast feeding my last child. Which has been 3 years.
you could have more adhesions or problems with scar tissue,,,dont want to scare you but I had a partial hyst..pain 6 mths later got increasingly severe..found a cyst on left ovary and upon surgery to remove it found my ovary was so engulfed in scar tissue that it was attached to my bowel..thats why i was hurting so...the pain in nipples makes me think with your other symptoms that your hormones ar off..could be early menopause or something more serious..you need to discuss this with your ob.gyn
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