I had surgery for pop three weeks ago. They went thru my stomach, bikini cut, to do the repairs. They were the uterus removed, bladder, rectocile and entrocile (sp). Anyways I have been doing real good until two days ago and now today. I feel like I am pushing for something to come out of my butt. It hurts, when I lay and sit. Do you have any ideals what it could be. I have been using my stool softener faithfully. I may forget and take one sometimes but I get back on track the next day. I have an appointment next week, but do you have any suggestions till I get there. Could it be gas? I have had that bad the last few days. The only thing I have done is dust, some dishes, and sweep a small room. I have started to walk alittle more. Today I did walk up some stairs.
Thank you for your help susan
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