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I just had a hysterectomy 2 wekks ago, i have never been the same.I at first did not have a bowel movement for a wee, well i took an enema and it worked that time, but i have yet to have another one. Then i went into see my doctor because i was haveing alot of pelvic pain, also every timeb that i would go pee my bladder hurt bad like it was taken out betten up ,and than put back in,and  i had a greenish dishcharge. Well he tells me that i just have a little infection, and bladder spasms, so he had me take detrol. That saused even more pain, in just the one day i took it. Anyway the night after i ran a fever of 101.7, and was week and felt like **** so i called the answering service that night, and thank God that the woman on call for him told me to go to the ER. as soon as i got there the ER doc told them to run a cat scan on me, and Lord and behold i had an abscess. Ok now to my question "What caused the abscess in the first place?" and how could he not tell that it was there. By the way i just got out of the hospital again today, i had to have it drained, and i have to wear pads because it is still draining. why? i was in the hospital this time for 3 days with meds pushed down me all day and night, and sent home with 3. " Is there a chance that it will grow back if it is still draining?" i get my stitch out of my vagina on Monday, but this all scares me.            THANKS  KRYSTAL
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