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Burning sensation in abdomen, tingling pain in uterus. Had D&C. What is going on?

I had a d&c a month ago ..the first week i was fine but now i am feeling a burning sensation in my abdominal area and i could also feel the tingling pain of my uterus .i told my ob about the tingling pain and he told me to just take ibufprofen but it only helps in a little period of time and then after the tingling pain is back again.i am also worried about the burning sensation i am feeling right ob doesn t know what it is..sometime the burning sensation will radiate to my eyes, shoulder and back.i can t understant what is going on with my body now.pls i need info.suggestions on what to do coz i am so worried right now.
Asked On : Wed, 7 Nov 2012
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Any problem at the time of D&C may result either in an infection later on or if trauma occurs, may present as abdominal pain along with discharge and symptoms of perforation. Since you had an uneventful postoperative period, these are unlikely. Perhaps you are suffering from hyper-acidity and also the dragging sensation of the round ligaments felt sometimes after procedures on the uterus. You should see the doctor who performed the procedure and ask for a sonogram and a pelvic checkup. If possible, get an advice from a physician as well. Take care.
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