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Had laparoscopy surgery for adenomyosis. Bleeding a lot from navel. Accompanied by lower back pain. Reason?

Hello..I had laporascopy surgery for adenomyosis 3 years ago. Surgery lasted 4 hours becaumy stomach inse I had severe scar tissue! . My stomach. bladder and intestine where attached to my uterus. After surgery I always noticed pain near my navel. Doc said it was normal. I bleed every month for about a week from belly button. A lot not little. No fever. Have gone to my doctor..he finds nothing. Bleeding comes accompanied by lower left back pain. Oh. Doc had to repair my bladder as well. 4 stitches. I m bleeding now as I write. Please any help
Asked On : Fri, 23 Nov 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
I have gone through your query and understood the concern. Adenomyotic tissue can be seen anywhere and this tissue can show similar signs as the endometrium of the uterus. The fact that your umbilicus bleeds along with your normal menstrual cycles is making me think of a possible adenomyotic deposit there. In view of your intra-operative complications, this patch may have been ignored at the time. Please discuss with your consultant regarding this possibility. A sonogram or an MRI of the abdomen should help detect the cause of the cyclical backache. Hormones and styptics may be needed to control the bleeding. Hope you find this information helpful. Wish you good health.
Answered: Wed, 27 Apr 2016
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Sexologist Dr. Ramesh Maheshwari's  Response
do an ultrasonography of abdomen and pelvis to rule out the problem. you can do lumar x-ray to rule out cause for back pain.
Answered: Mon, 2 May 2016
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