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Pain in back, had a surgery to remove scar tissue from urethra. Why the pain hasn't stopped ?

I have been having pain in my back and it feels like flank pain in my power side for a couple of weeks now. I just had a surgery to remove scar tissue from my urethra and he checked my kidneys and everything. I am still having those pains. Irony know if it could be my pancrease or colon at this time. I just want the pain to stop.
Asked On : Sat, 16 Feb 2013
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After any abdominal surgery, it takes around 2 weeks for the pain to subside completely. If the pain is severe and is not well controlled with analgesics then an ultrasound of abdomen or an MRI scan will help in proper diagnosis.
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Answered: Tue, 19 Feb 2013
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