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... How long does it take for abdominal hysterectomy stitches to heal? ... (1 replies)
... Hi Giabelsi. I had also had a partial abdominal hysterectomy on 25 August 2010. I went back to work after 6 weeks with great difficulty. I am 41 years old and have no children. ... (12 replies)
... for the comments, and the exercises. I will certainly try them. I am getting a little bit of bleeding and some pus at the end of my scar, where the dissolvable stitches were. Is this normal? ... (22 replies)

... didn't need me to go back for an appointment. My scar has healed well, I think! I had some problems with "stuff" coming out at the end of the wound, where the stitches were but since the last stitch dissolved that seems to have solved the problem, thankfully. ... (34 replies)
... Hi Carina, I'm glad that your wound has gotten better. I know that it took a while for mine to heal. It would reopen slightly and close up occasionally for the next year or so, so don't be surprised if it does. I really wouldn't worry about the swelling right now. It's the least of your problems. It will take a while and if you think about it, resting and healing is your... (22 replies)
... Hi Lizzie62, The wound and weeping has, in fact, now almost healed. All the stitches have gone. It is still painful but not nearly as bad as it was and I make sure to keep it clean. ... (22 replies)
... Forgot to mention about the stitches. I had dissolvable stitches but there were some sticking out at the left side. When I asked about these I was told they would dissolve and disappear on their own. ... (22 replies)
... which meant being able to have a bath and everything. I have dissolvable stitches inside but had like a over locking type stitch on the outside. ... (22 replies)
... nothing. She, after me begging again, put me on a course of injections that bring on a fake menoapuse, saying that if this stopped the pain and bleeding then a hysterectomy would have the same affect. After 6 months on these injections and after being treated really badly by this specialist I requested a change of doctor. ... (22 replies)
... I had my top stitches out after 5 days, I heal quite quickly, my wound is a neat thin dark line which I was advised to massage with Bio Oil daily. ... (22 replies)
... it will be four weeks tomorrow. I am 45. I had an abdominal cut and they took out everything. ... (22 replies)
... Hi Karlee73 I don't mind you going off subject at all - its really nice to "talk" to you. A chinchilla is sort of a mix between a small rabbit and a sort of rodent. They are the cutest things I have ever seen and their fur is so soft. I promised myself for years that I would get one. Some people make coats out of their fur (the so and sos!) I got my first one about 14... (34 replies)
... great afterwards and am more confident now about bathing but still make sure my hubby is there to help me in and out. I have been told by the hospital that the stitches will disolve on their own and that the time varies for each patient. ... (34 replies)
... Have you got any more imformation about your dissolvable stitches yet ? ... (34 replies)
... ry them though. I have some fruit in but haven't had the urge to eat that yet but will do starting tomorrow, its 2am here. I am concerned about the dissolvable stitches now as nobody told me how long it takes to dissolve. I have searched the internet and it varies from 6 days to 6 weeks. ... (34 replies)
... Hi Karlee73, First of all, don't listen to this person! He/she is the anethetist and that is their specialism, they are probably very good at their job but they are not a doctor and should not be telling you after only 1 week that its okay to do everything you did before the op. Everybody I have spoken to and all I have searched for on the internet and read have all said... (34 replies)
... e of the liquid to make me go and its just worked and what a relief! I feel so sorry for you having diahorrea as well as everything else. I have had disolvable stitches put in so at least I am lucky in that I don't have to go back to hospital for them removing. I really am not up to it yet so I really feel so sorry for you. ... (34 replies)
... I had an abdominal hysterectomy in 2002 at the age of 39. There is no way on earth I would have been able to travel that soon after surgery. ... (3 replies)
... Hi, I have an abdominal hysterectomy on 11th March. ... (9 replies)
... I am trying to remember my post op appt. I had an abdominal hysterectomy. My post op was six weeks. I had stitches that dissolved, that was awesome, so I didn't have to go in to have stitches or staples out. ... (2 replies)




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