i had a vaginal ultrasound today @2:30p.m.i am still very much pain its 7:30pm.these arent painful if painful the pain usually lasts about 30 minutes.ultrasound is fine but gyno wants to do LAP procedure where my right lower side has hurt me even before my hysterectomy last nov. 14,2011.he says he would feel more comfortable doing this and it being clear than not do anything.i told him i had read oxycodone could be used but he wishes to do research to make for sure.i am allergic to vicodin,hydrocodone,morphine and gabapentin(i hope i didnt butcher last ones' name)am i right ?last time he didnt take me serious on the female pain and had to do 3 surgeries in one surgery-omendectomy,removal of fallopian tubes and partial hysterectomy(with severe endometriosis),just leaving ovaries but by golly,i am in intense pain still.i dont understand what i can take for pain.i have taken motrin(ibuprofen)so much in the past 5-10 years that its like i am immune to it EVEN if i take 4 200 mg.pills at a time.help please.what other OTC ,CAN I TAKE?
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