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Had abortion due to rarely contractions due to multiple myoma uteri, baby did not exists, irritatable pain inside. Time to recover?

hi doctor, I had my 6th month normal delivery last Dec.12, 2012. I had rearly contractions due to multiple myoma uteri. Unfortunately the baby didn y make it due to extremely pre-mature. Last Feb. 23, 2013, my 9 fiboids were taken out via c-section myomectomy . Am almost 2 weeks now and still in irritable pain inside, not allowed to go up and down the stairs. When will I expect the pain go away and and back to my normal routines? including my marital life? thanks
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Dec 2012

Thanks for posting on HCM,

Usually after tempering with the uterus (especially after myomectomy) bleeding and pain can persist for a couple of weeks to about 2 months or more. There is no exact time for this symptoms to go away at it all depends on how your system adapts after the operation. What you will need right now is pain killers, antispasmodic and if bleeding you might require a medication such as oxytocin to improve uterine contractions. If these cramps persist, then there maybe a possibility of uterine injury(endometrial injury) which will take sometime to heal off. Please do talk with your gynobs for other options on handling the pain.

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Answered: Wed, 7 Aug 2013
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