how much pain is there right after a ovary removal

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How pain have you experience right after the procedure  of a ovary removal. When you wake up.

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    hi deb i am in my 50s i had mine removed and both ovaries i was cut had staples but not in bad pain ,just awkward and have to rest is all,no i wasnt in bad pain when i woke,tc magssmile
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    Hi Debb, 

    I had a full hysterectomy at the end of June this year.  I had no pain when I woke up as I had a spinal as well as a general anaesthetic.   I was sore because I had the downwards cut and staples but wasn't too bad just hard trying to get in the sitting position but the hospital had the beds with a remote that help you into sitting position so that helped a lot smile    I was in hospital for 4 days, I went home about 4pm on the 4th day.  They keep you topped up with painkillers so the pain wasn't bad at all and send you home with loads of painkillers too.   

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    Hi Debb, 

    I had a full hysterectomy at the end of June this year.  I had no pain when I woke up as I had a spinal as well as a general anaesthetic.   I was sore because I had the downwards cut and staples but wasn't too bad just hard trying to get in the sitting position but the hospital had the beds with a remote that help you into sitting position so that helped a lot smile    I was in hospital for 4 days, I went home about 4pm on the 4th day.  They keep you topped up with painkillers so the pain wasn't bad at all and send you home with loads of painkillers too.   

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