Prolapse op

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Ive had a prolapse op on 17th July I’ve never experienced such awful pain in my right buttock and still can’t sit down properly and when I need to use the toilet when I stand up I wet my self is this normal can’t go without my tenner ladies 

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    Hi I also experienced a lot of pain there and my coxys I still get pain there now sometimes when I've done to much and my consultant said to me I would get a lot of pain there as it's the way it's sown up not sure about the wetting maybe talk to your Dr xx

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    Hi I also experienced a lot of pain there and my coxys I still get pain there now sometimes when I've done to much and my consultant said to me I would get a lot of pain there as it's the way it's sown up not sure about the wetting maybe talk to your Dr xx

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    Dear Patricia,

    I had my surgery in October 2017 and still am not myself yet although much better. At the beginning , nothing felt like it worked right. I felt like my body  was so off I felt upset and exhausted. Patricia, the pain in the buttocks sounds like nerve pain. The urinating problems can be from swelling. I would call your Dr.and have them do a post op exam. I think it will not only tell you what is happening but also put your mind at ease. The buttocks pain , tailbone and hip area can be very distressing. You have only been a few weeks post op and you must rest too.. good luck  and prayers for a healthy recovery.. 

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    The pain in your buttock is normal that will gone away. It all depends on the type of surgery you had. I had a rectocele, so if you had a cystocele the wetting night apart of the process
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    Buttock pain is usually due to sacrospinous fixation, is this what you had? I found my pain went quite quickly. If you also had a prolapsed bladder this can cause a kink in the urethra which can result in a little leakage after urination if you stand up too quickly. Mention your problems to your consultant in your post op appointment, if you don’t have an appointment make one! Don’t suffer unnecessarily. 
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    Hi

    I had a surgery 25 of July, buttock pain was the worst pain and continued for 10 days. Today I unloaded dishwasher and did some cooking and now again feel this burning weird pain, it's sucks 😅😅😅

    I couldn't pee for two days, but everything was settled down, but still feel the heaviness when I walk.

    Hope you fee better soon xxx

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    Sorry you’re having a difficult time Patricia hope the pain gets better.  I had anterior and posterior surgery two weeks ago and the pain is a lot better but had some urine leakage which was a worry. Had AB’s for possible UTI and it’s improved but hoping for better!! On the positive I had a rectocele 16 years ago which was painful for a few weeks but long term great success and exercised and did everything normally. Still holding up well apparently.  Now just started bleeding again slightly so hope that stops soon! I guess more resting..!
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