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Dull pain in lower abdomen with pricking sensation, after delivery via C-sec. Is it a healing process?

Hi, I m 27 years old and had my first child via C-section 4 months ago. For the past month I have been getting a dull pain in the lower left part of my abdomen( I first noticed it after I exercised the first time, not sure if it was just a coincidence.) The past few days the pain has gotten slightly worse and if I push on it I get the sensation of pins and needles. Could this be related to the C-section and the healing process?
Asked On : Mon, 4 Mar 2013
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Hi the pain you are suffering from could be due to C section. In C section due to scarring sometimes slight local pain can occur. Other reason could be due to first time exercise which causes local pain. I will advise you to consult gynaecologist and taken her opinion. Get well soon, Thank you.
Answered: Mon, 29 Jul 2013
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