Burning pain

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4 weeks 2 days post op & still have this awful burning pain on getting up to a sitting position . Or when I lay down like a pulling burning pain . Also if I try to bend forward . Is anyone experiencing the same type of pain ,this far on ?????

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    I had my gallery bladder removed by keyhole surgery alost 7 weeks ago and I'm still experiencing some pain around my scarson. Kind of like a burning, stretching, pulling sensation. It's hard to explain. Especially if I over stretch or pull/lift something.

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      Awww thank u Victoria that helps me a lot , I was thinking something was left inside me 🤣. I have infection in one of the incision sights but I'm on strong antibiotics for that . I will b grateful when the stretching burning pain goes away , & I can get bk to normal x

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    Hi, I had my gall bladder removed just over two weeks ago, and am suffering pain on the right side close to where keyhole was and it is a horrible pain, again when cough, sneeze have to hold my side,  it's quite uncomfortable and irritating at the same time.

    I put it down to removal of the damn thing, the laser cutting etc and it takes time to heal.

    i also find it difficult to find a comfortable sleeping position, but I will get better!

    Its something that you are not told about the possible side effects, like the pain, 

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    Hi just want to post update 4wks 3days post op and feeling so much better. Pain still there at times but hardly noticeable at all now . Thank god for that it's been 4 wks of awful pain at times . Back to normal now , even scar I had infection in is brilliant now. So hang on in there peeps it does get better x

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