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Jan 07, 2017 3:12 PM

Okay I had a full hysterectomy removing my ovaries back at the end of July,Here's the problem I'm having... Every time I pee I am having pain from the bladder. And sometimes I hurt at my womanly area. ( Not when peeing) any one who had this done before had this problem? Is this normal this far out?

Jan 07, 2017 3:20 PM

I would have it checked hun. I had a full hysterectomy when I was 29. I don't think what you are feeling is normal. Of course we all react different and this may be your norm but it's better to have it checked to be safe.

((((( hugs )))))

Jan 07, 2017 3:53 PM

I agree .. get it checked out. I have nerve damage so my experience is different ... I'll check with my friend but she hasn't never mentioned that issue after her hysterectomy.
Sorry to hear of your pain!

Jan 07, 2017 4:46 PM

I had a full hysterectomy 30 years ago. I am having the pains you describe and have another uti. I got some cranberry pills to take because I don't like cranberry juice. Cranberry juice is good for this. I got an antibiotic to take.

Jan 07, 2017 10:12 PM

I'd have it checked out. You always wwant to make sure that everything is okay down there. If there is an infection, it can be fixed easily. However, the only way to find out is to have things surveyed by a doc. Good luck to you!

Jan 07, 2017 10:19 PM

Ever since my ovaries removed I get UTI so easy
Can't touch anything dark miss my pepsi

Jan 07, 2017 10:22 PM

Did your doctor tell you that was a normal thing? I have had a few UTI'S however not related to this. I know cranberry supplements helps if it is a conic problem.

Jan 07, 2017 10:24 PM

They think knicked something
I've tried cranberry

Jan 08, 2017 12:28 AM

No, it's not a UTI, I've had several before and one almost landed an overnight at the hospital. This is different than a UTI pain, not burning when I pee it's more like pressure on that woman area like child birth pressure, and the bladder pain is like a constant ache of pressure building up and when I go to pee it becomes a sharp pain.

I will be trying to get in but when I make an appointment I usually don't get my doctor I get his interns and or residents. Such a pain

Jan 08, 2017 4:02 AM

I just had a hysterectomy six weeks ago. In my case I had a 20lb tumor in addition to an enlarged uterus. And the tumor was compressing my bladder and rectum. If I are still having any issues with pain I'd consider calling your Dr and ask for a scan to see that everything is where it needs to be.

Jan 08, 2017 2:08 PM

Sjogrenspain77, get in as soon as possible. I have pelvic floor dysfunction now, after complaining for 15 years of spasmic pain (2 yr post-hysterectomy). I get bladder pain, rectal pain, and vaginal pain, due to nerves in the perineal area. Having had 3 major female surgeries I have permanent pudendal nerve damage, among other nerves. I've developed problems with bladder and bowel functions. It wouldn't be a bad idea to seek a Urogynecologist specialist, especially if the GYN doc can't seem to help. Hugs love and prayers your doctor's will listen! 🙂💕🙏🌸

Jan 08, 2017 4:26 PM

sjogrenspain77, I would ask the doctor to check you out and see if during surgery, they knicked your bladder. I just had a friend go through something very similar and that's what it was. She has a small shunt until she heals. I hope that this is not the case for you. Sending warm, gentle, healing {{{Hugs}}}, well wishes and lots of positive vibes your way.🤗💕

Jan 08, 2017 9:43 PM

As a nurse I would say there is definitely a problem. I agree with all for getting in to see anyone in that office. They can pull your doctor in the room if need be. Hugs and prayers for your doctor's visit.

Jan 08, 2017 9:52 PM

Flappys is right on point. Go get it checked. The sooner you head off a potential problem the better your outcome. They could have clipped a vein and caused some venous congestion. That would cause discomfort to say the least. There are just too many maybes go say hi to your doctor

Jan 08, 2017 10:13 PM

Sjogrenspain77 please go get it checked out....it could be a uti, they could have nicked your bladder by accident without realising, it could nerve damage or it could be one or two of your other organs prolapsing. My nan had pain like your describing and it was one of her organs, I think one of her kidneys but I can't remember off the top of my head, dropping into the space her womb was. They had to operate to put it back....I can't remember the proper terminology sorry.

What ever is casing the pain you need to get it checked out its always best to err on the side of caution.

Sending you positive vibes and warm healing hugs xx


Jan 08, 2017 11:39 PM

Hey hyster sister! I had something similar going on. I had total removal in 2004. Dryness is what was causing my pain. I never used hormones. I had to start some to help. It also was combining with my nerve pain, I don't know why, but it triggers it and feels like early labor pain. After urinating a wet towel left down there seems to relieve the bladder contractions. Uzo also helps. But in the long term the hormones solved the problem.

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