Bowl movements after TAH BSO

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Hello girls

I wanted to know if this is normal, I am almost 4 weeks post op and I am not getting any notice I need a number 2 I have to rush to the toilet, I don't have the runs but a bit concerned can anyone help? X

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    Sorry 5 weeks post op not 4
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    Hi Nicola I'm nearly 4 weeks post op and I'm the same! I am going to GP tomorrow! Perhaps it's normal. Interested how others were x
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    Hi Nicola, 

    I had a full hysterectomy at the end of June last year so it's 14 months ago now and I was exactly the same for a few months, I was scared of leaving the house but everything seems back to normal now thank goodness 😊

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    Hi Nicola

    Sorry if I'm being a bit thick but do you mean that you have been or haven't?

    Jo

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    Hiya thank you for all your quick replies x Jo I am going a lot but it is sudden no warning just got to get to the loo quick very weak bowel at the moment xxx
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    Hi Nicola.

    Are you drinking a lot of fluids, and making sure you eat lots of food that keeps the bowels loose, like they told you to in hospital? If so, maybe you are taking in a bit too much fibre and fluid?

    Just a thought. Hope it helps, or someone else can help.

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      Hiya vauxhallgirl

      Yeah I'm eating what I should eat I'm not really bothered about the amount if times I go I've always been regular it's the fact that normally you feel it coming on but at the moment there's nothing then omg I need to go I'm not loose just normal xx

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      Oh I see. Yes that sounds a bit odd. Maybe things are still a bit nerve-jangly in there at the moment....they rough you around a bit - moving organs out of the way - when doing the Hyster. But a word with the Doc is probably your best bet. x
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