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Constant pain after surgery for ovary removal - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Vaginal and Uterus Health
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Doctor :   hi
User :   hi
User :   please help i dont know what to do
User :   i had surgery jan 5th
User :   i feel worse
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   worse like
User :   they took out my left overy and removed scar tissue
Doctor :   do u have fever or breathing difficulty
User :   its diff pain
Doctor :   what surgery u had
Doctor :   ok
User :   it burns and is sharp in areas
User :   my dr did cat scan says she sees nothing
Doctor :   ok
User :   they r keeping me on massive pain killers i dont want drugs
Doctor :   ok
User :   i want to feel better
Doctor :   Please provide these details: Age, Gender, Location, Occupation, Marital status, Height and Weight.
User :   i had a hysteroctomy back in 04
Doctor :   ok
User :   28 F
User :   140 lbs
User :   married
User :   5'7
User :   i cant sit up for long periods i cant walk for very far
User :   im in constant pain they wont help me
User :   what do i do
User :   i have called dr after dr
Doctor :   is there any discharge from the operation site
User :   no
User :   they think im just depressed
Doctor :   yes it could be
User :   im not im angry that they wont listen
Doctor :   if ur not responding to medicine
Doctor :   cheer up
User :   im not depressed im in pain
Doctor :   u will be fine
User :   they have given me over 500 lortabs since sept
Doctor :   take a the pain killer as suggest by the surgeon
Doctor :   u will be better
Doctor :   dont worry
User :   yes i have no pain when they keep me in a drug coma
Doctor :   forget what happened
Doctor :   surgery part
Doctor :   not time to move ahead

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