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Had Hiranya operation, uterus removal. Having sleeplessness, sudden sweating, headache, indigestion, morning sickness. Solution?

my mother has 5o years old now.last 1 year before she had iraniya operation no net fixed in the stomach .only 1.2cm below the stomach.but now she suffered more problem.the problem is no sleep,suddenly more sweating,body fully irritation,heavy headache ,more fear ,2(or)3 days once undigestion,morning vomiting sensation. in operation time uterius also removed.then we think again to take scan they ask no problem.what we do sir.we take tablets for everything.but they suffered more problem.please tell me sir what we do..
Asked On : Sat, 26 Jan 2013
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get an ultrasound abdomen and pelvis first to rule out gallstones.since she has had uterus removal she may be suffering from post menopausal symptoms she needs calcium supplementation and reassurance that this is abnormal phenomenon. however see your gynaec doctor.
Answered: Sun, 7 Jul 2013
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