Hi, I'm new to posting here but have been reading for a few weeks now.
I had a laparoscopy 5 days ago to remove my fallopian tubes and a 6cm cyst on my right tube. The first few days after I was sore (and the left over gas was really a kicker - OUCH) but could honestly say I was feeling better and better as the days went by. I haven't been doing any house work or lifting anything. Just more and more each day I try walking around more and being up more. Well this morning I started having a sharp pain on my right side where one of the incisions is (almost like when you get a side ache from running) the pain sort of radiates at times and feel like it's warm on the inside.
It is so hard to describe lol.
My post op is on Monday to get the stitches removed.
Basically I'm just wondering (and kind of hoping) someone else has felt this too?
Thanks in advance ladies! :)
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