9 weeks post op ovarian cyst and Fallopian tube removal

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Hi

I had surgery on 15th June to remove a large cyst on my ovary and my left Fallopian tube as it had nodules on, I also had part of left ovary removed.

I was wondering if anyone else had experienced the same pain as me, after all this time has passed, as I write this I am in agony on left side, I have taken a strong pain killer which I have from docs before had cyst out and it hasn't even touched the pain, any one have any help would be very appreciated.

Many thanks

Debs 😢x

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    I would either phone your surgeon or your GP/I had similar operation to remove large cyst (16cm) both ovaries and fallopian tubes and I had no pain at all. I got MRSA and that gave me a fever but I didn't have any pain. You shouldn't have any pain either.
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    Hello Debsy - sorry you are suffering so much, I had a large cyst ( 20cms) and tube removed and I know what the pain feels like. I had constant burning and stabbing along with awful dragging sensations for quite a while afterwards, it is still quite early days for you and your body needs time to recover from the trauma of major surgery. If you are really worried and get no relief you must go to your GP or ring your consultants secretary for advice - hope you feel better soon, sending hugs (( )) x
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      Hi

      Sorry to hear you went throu same, thank you for your reply, I will wait to see if it continues and if it doesn't go away I will go to see docs

      Thank you

      Debs x

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      Hi Debs how are you feeling today any better ? Unfortunatlly this is major surgery and your insides have had a nasty shock and trauma hun - if you are feeling burning pain it's likely to be soft tissue that's healing - soft tissue pain can be very uncomfortable I know and it takes a while to heal - be kind to yourself and rest as much as you possibly can , there would have been a lot of manipulating and tugging around while you were under anaesthetic and this is bound to feel quite painful for some time afterwards- if you feel worried in any way at all or you feel things don't feel quite right then you must not leave it, please get things checked and go to GP or like I said before ring the hospital just to put your mind at rest, always best if you're not sure. Please let me know how things go, I'm sure you will feel better soon lovely girl, hugs (( )) xx
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