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Right tube due to an ectopic pregnancy, no pain, uncomfortable to walk. Is this normal?

I had my right tube removed 2 weeks ago due to an ectopic pregnancy . It was done laproscoptic don't know if I spelled that right . I think what I had was called salypingotpmy . Today all day my right side has been hurting nothing to painful but it's uncomfortable when I walk or get up just about anything I do . Is this normal?
Asked On : Sun, 14 Apr 2013
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Take analgesic but if it continues to hurt see doctor and have abdominal pelvic ultrasound done. It could just be tension in abdominal muscles or pschological
Answered: Tue, 2 Jul 2013
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