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Pubic bone pain, hip pain after c-section. Pap smear test normal. Suggestions?

Hello, I had a c section 10 weeks ago. I m experiencing pubic bone pain and hip pain. Sometimes not sure where the pain is hip or pubic bone. I only notice the pain while sitting. It seems constant it rarely goes away.Pain also goes down my leg when I drive. What can I do? I had my follow up and pap with my doc. Nothing abnormal.
Asked On : Mon, 19 Nov 2012
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Thank for asking to HCM
I really appreciate your concern this could be due to the poor posture and this is common phenomenon being noted after the major surgery particularly in female patient, and main reason is not maintaining the right posture, while sitting sleeping, try to maintain the good posture and forget the surgery this is not because of this, hope this information helps you have nice day.
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