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Pain in ribs, spine, lungs, lower back. Hysterectomy done. Causes for pain?

I had a hysterectomy about four years ago.Since then i have been having a pain in my ribs and my spine .I went to the doctor but at the beginning he said it was normal.But since then the pain has been getting worse and it has not left.I don t think its normal anymore.My lungs have been hurting too and my lower back too.Can you PLEASE tell me what you think it could be?
Asked On : Thu, 14 Feb 2013
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Ayurveda Specialist 's  Response
1. when the ligaments which holds the uterus in place are removed during hysterectomy it causes the rib cage to fall forward toward the hip bone,leading to loss of curve of the lower back causing chronic low back ache,hip and rib cage pain along with narrowing of spinal canal.
2. go for an X-ray LS spine and MRI of lumbo sacral spine for any degenerative/ pathological changes.
Answered: Sun, 23 Jun 2013
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