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Had a hysteroscopy pain. How long should it take to get rid from pain without taking too many painkillers ?

I had a hysteroscopy d&C and polyp removed 6 days ago. this showed a prolapse and polypoid endrometrium. I am still in a lot of pain sometimes is eases and then comes bad and makes my legs buckle under me if standing. i have passed a couple of grey/ beige clots which when they pass i get real bad pains and can feel myself contracting. Not had a stress free weekend and when i get stressed i get more pain and tend to bleed more. How long should it take for the pain to subside do not like taking too many painkillers . Good thing since op no more pain in right kidney area and 1 of my legs not as swollen so there is a up side.
Asked On : Mon, 28 Mar 2011
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Hi, Welcome to Healthcare Magic Forum.
The pain and abnormal passage of clots usually remains for a week or so after D&C. Take your medications (Antibiotics+Analgesics) regularly as directed by your Doctor. If the pain along with fever if persists beyond a week, speak to your Doctor, as he\she may want to rule out any abnormality.
Take Care.
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