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Feel no control urinating, lower abdomen pain on exercising. Had hysterectomy. Took antibiotics after infection

I have had a vaginal hysterectomy four weeks ago and also came out of hospital with an infection that has taken two lots of antibiotics to resolve. Now I find I am passing urine like a tap full on instead of a steady stream and find it difficult to hold my urine. I am doing pelvic floor exercises but have pain in lower abdomen and that is hurting when I do the exercises. When I look at my bladder area in a mirror it all looks much larger and is this the reason the urine is pouring out when I want to spend a penny ? Am very worried and distressed that bladder problems are worse now than when I had the op. Should also say I had a repair as well as hysterectomy. THank you.
Asked On : Wed, 10 Apr 2013
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Homeopath 's  Response
Hello and welcome to Healthcare Magic.As mentioned above your problem started after you underwent a vaginal hysterectomy.There is a possibility that during the operation some of the nerves of the urinary bladder or the ureters may be affected. The question is whether the control is lost only during urination or otherwise also.
Pain while doing the pelvic floor exercise is because the surgery is recent and wounds are fresh.You can take the help of homoeopathy as we have medicines which can help to reverse the damage caused by the surgery.Hope that your queries are solved
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Answered: Fri, 28 Jun 2013
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