Call your doc and make an appointment to be seen. He or she is really the only one who is going to be able to definitively answer the question and if there is any form of an issue it would be better to catch it before it becomes a problem.
2 weeks ago i had under gone laproscopic surgery for diagnosis and curative purpose and they found my ruptured appendix. so they removed it and washed my abdominal cavity. after 5 days of surgery i got discharged.
from last 2 days i m having pulling kind of pain while taking deep breath or yawning or laughing. pain is at left lower abdomen .
my doc told me that this kind of pain will be there for 6 week . and he adviced me to stop pain killers.from today morning i didnt had any pain killers .
i m a student of physiotherapy final year. after 3 weeks my exam starts.
i m worried . whats goin on with me ? i m not satisfied with my doc's answer
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