4 weeks post op still in pain

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4 weeks ago I had robotic surgery for removal of both ovaries both tubes and 2 cyts one was 7 centermeters the other smaller I was sent home same day after surgery I did nothing but rest the first week and now when I walk or try to shop I get awful pains in my stomach inside where he operated I've already gone back to see him once since the surgery but he said come back in a week this pain is terrible I cant fo nothing without being in pain am I rushing myself to fast ?

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    I had my left ovary and tube taken out 2 months ago and i am still having pain where the incesion is but its not that bad u juat have to take it ease i just went back to work like 2 weeks ago the gyn doctor rold me it takes about 6 to 8 weeks before everything is ok i hope u feel better
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    Yes I think you're trying to do too much too soon - I'm still waiting for my surgery but have been told that on release from hospital I'm not to lift so much as a kettle and to expect to be away from work for 8 - 12 wks.  So my advice to you is to take it easy let others take the strain for you for a while and let your body heal 

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      She had 3 small incisions, it won't take 8-12 weeks to heal. Unless you had a cut right across your abdomen like a c-section, I think your dr is wrong.

      I was grocery shopping the very next day. Lol

      I think she should go to another dr for a second opinion.

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    HE DID WHAT  i cant beleave that heartless a hole sent you home on the same day as your surgery grrrrr that makes me mad anyway bugger him you need to see another gynacologyst please there might be an infection or something deeply wrong with you im so sorry to hear you are still in pain doctors ASAP or hospital let me know how you get on big hugs too you samantha d
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