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sharp pain

im 29yrs old and i had a hysterectomy 3 yrs ago,but for the last 2 months i have been getting very sharp pain just below my bikini line on the left handside.it can be unbareable at times.does anyone know what it could be.
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Sorry to hear you are having the pain. You sure are young for a hyster.  It might be adhesions?  I would go to my doctor and tell him/her. Have you been doing any different things, such as maybe sit ups or heavy lifting?
Hoping you feel better!
Katie
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Hi There,
I also had to have a hysterectomy at the age of 26.  I'm now 43 and I still get those pains that you are referring to.  I was told by the doctor that this is more than likely caused by scar tissue from your surgery.  I had my uterus and cervix removed, but still have my ovaries.  It feels like the pain is around that general area.  I hope this helps.
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Go to Health Pages at the top right of the forum on the front page... on the Ovarian Cyst forum or the Ovarian Cancer forum ...patient to patient... and look up the information on Relief From Surgical Adhesions (title). It is my information, but it saved my life... I had so much pain from adhesions. I have been pain-free for years now. My exercise teacher taught the technique to me.


If you cannot find it, let us know...

Mary
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