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Severe cold, hard coughing developed pain in uterus. Solution for pain?

Hello I ve had a a pretty yucky cold which is no big deal until I had a cough attack and I was coughing so hard that ingot this sudden sharp pain in my uterus and now every time I cough it s excruciating should I go to the emergency or could it be a pulled muscle it feels like I am 9 months pregnant and have that horrible ripping pain but am not pregnant but had my second child 7months ago please I m so worried
Asked On : Sat, 22 Dec 2012
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Apr 2014
Thanks for query

You didn't mentioned whether you had normal or caesarian delivery.
Early caesarian scar may give rise to incisional hernia due to vigorous coughing.In incisional hernia you may feel the bulging part during straining. You should consult your surgeon. you needs proper clinical examination.
For cough, you may take proper antibiotics first.
Investigation like Ultrasound of abdomen should be done.

Get well soon.
Take Care,
Dr.Indu Bhushan
Answered: Fri, 12 Jul 2013
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