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Done hysterectomy. Bloating, difficulty emptying bladder, internal bleeding, dizziness. Worried

Hi I have just had a hysterectomy stillin hospital. Feeling very bloated they are monitoring my bladder residue as I am hving difficulty emptying my bladder. Also had internal bleeding while under. I'm worried about the internal bleeding. Hey have done a ultra sound. I'm still very very dizzy and exhausted as I have lost a conserable amount of blood.
Asked On : Fri, 26 Apr 2013
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thanks for using health care magic

Feeling bloated could be due to poor functioning of the
intestines due to anesthesia.

Complications of the urinary organs including the bladder
and ureters are common during hysterectomy.

You need to be followed up clinically and your blood level or
hemoglobin levels have to be determined in the laboratory.

Dizziness and tiredness could be due to anemia or reduced

Let your doctor know of any complaint or problem you have.

Best regards
Dr Achuo
Answered: Tue, 25 Jun 2013
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