Me again.......week on from major surgery cyst and ovary removal

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Feels like stomach swollen's hard as well like it was before op.......pain back under ribs again.......stomach had gone down........should I be worried???

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    hi mandy i to had same op bikini line ,yes it will hurt off and on for about 4 weeks ,all i can say is rest,look back to march 2013 when i had mine done,rem its major op,all insides been moved about ,it will improve take pain killers and warm heat pad helps,all the best mags biggrin)))))
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    Hi Mandy 

    I am twelve

    Weeks post op

    From bilateral oopherectomy and

    Omentum removal via

    Laparotomy and I

    Would say it is only the

    Last couple of weeks has

    My stomach felt normal. I've

    Had terrible rib and

    Back pain as well feeling acidy and pains in kidneys and liver areA. I've

    Had bloods done and ultrA sound and all normal . I had loads scar tissue

    From hysterectomy which

    Had stuck itself to

    My bowel And bladder. What they

    Saying is your

    Body has gone through major

    Surgery and it takes time to heel.

    But if you are

    Worried ring your

    Doctor. I've still

    Not had my

    Follow up appointment

    Yet at which

    Point he  tell me everything I have

    Had is normal. Shame

    They don't tell you

    All this at beginning

    To stop us all worrying .

    Hope you feel better soon x

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    Hi Mandy am on my 5th day post op i had cyst on my left ovrie the size of a yellow melon so r=they removed everything.I have never experianced pain like it.It hurts when i go to the loo as well.I have my appointment with my gyni on the 17th Oct.
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