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... Whoa...I wouldn't last. I wasn't allowed to eat after midnight the night prior to surgery. ... (7 replies)
... i know the pains also that you speak of..seems like our gas is sharper in our stomach...i had my rectum and bladder lifted as well and i am getting pains in my left kidney also and pressure in rectum...besides the pains you speak of.. ... (3 replies)
... Today I'm 7 days post op and feeling much more back to my old self. The first several days after I was really tired and napping in the middle of the day. Seems my energy level is much better now. ... (3 replies)

... of this year. I had no problems, easiest surgery I have had. The worst part is the nerves and anxiety before. I had one shot for pain and one dose of Vicodin and after that only Motrin 800. I was walking that night in the hospital. Pain was minimal. ... (7 replies)
After d&c pain
Aug 28, 2009
... I had some pains similar to that after my hysterectomy. I think they were gas pains for me. ... (2 replies)
... I'm not sure if my experience is common or not, but I had my total laparscopic hysterectomy on April 10th. First let me tell you how terrified I was about having this done. I have never been under general anesthesia nor have had any type of surgery. ... (9 replies)
... It took me 6 days to go after my surgery & I have read that is pretty common. I would do prune juice. My Mother swears by it! Good Luck Jill60 (3 replies)
... not much we can do jus give her her pills at the right times... and try to comfort her.. but anyways the help i need is i was wonderin if anyone has any tips for gas pains which are the worst part i guess aside from peeing... ... (3 replies)
... I had a vaginal hysterectomy 4 weeks ago and have had a few minor complications with infections. I am also noticing that I am experiencing more frequent loose bowel movements. ... (10 replies)
Sep 14, 2007
... still having the gas pains? ... (21 replies)
... I don't know if my story is totally relevant to your situations but in the pain factor yes. Back pain, really bad for probably 3 months after my hysterectomy 18 months ago. I cried with the pain. Gas pains, terrible. Constipation like I have never known. Over the counter stool softeners, forget it. ... (18 replies)
After the surgery
Jun 24, 2007
... ng over 10lbs and no vacuuming. I also have a high tolerance for pain and I thought that I had a far amount of pain. I had other things done while they did my hysterectomy so that might have attributed to some of the pain. It was hard for me to get up and down. ... (13 replies)
... o this is one way insurance companies save money. I changed to a hospital gown and had my vitals signs checked. Then I was shaved completely up to my abdomen. After that I had enemas. I knew I was going to so I ate very lightly the 2 days before. It only took about 15 minutes to clear me out. ... (11 replies)
... I agree on the length of time it takes for the gas pains to go away. ... (18 replies)
... wks post op for a total abdominal hysterectomy with tubes and ovaries out and a bladder lift. ... (6 replies)
Hysterectomy @ 25
Jul 28, 2006
... ectomy last year. I had an abnormal pap when I was 16 but it was done again 3 months later and came back normal. I didnt have insurance so I went for a few years after without a pap. When I was finally able to have one it came back normal for 2 years then suddenly it was abnormal again. ... (8 replies)
Jul 19, 2006
... When you wake up after surgery, chances are you'll feel okay for awhile. ... (12 replies)
... I read they are both very painful after a Hysterectomy due to the incisions. ... (2 replies)
... Yeah...I remember the seatbelts vividly, because after my son was born, he had to go to the NICU in another hospital 45 minutes from my house. I made one trip without the pillow, and it was horrible. ... (38 replies)
... At the hospital, right after the surgery, No, I couldn't go without assistance. If it's directly after your operation, you'll feel dizzy and queasy and don't need to try and walk on your own. You could seriously fall and that would be horrible! ... (38 replies)

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