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Had a partial hysterectomy. Pain in the abdomen, constipation. Solution?

Hello, the reason I m writing is that I had a partial hysterectomy and on the 13 of March I went for a check up and found out I had an infection and he put me on flatly for 7 days but I m still having some pain in my abdominal area with some pain going to the left. It not uncomfortable it pain and I have an appointment on Tuesday . Do you have any idea plus been having problems with constipation since I had surgery. I hope you can give me some idea?
Asked On : Wed, 27 Mar 2013
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hello, thanks for posing your worry
the abdominal pain especially on the left side and also the fact that you are constipated may be due to impacted stool in the rectum. however, you need to be examined properlly to confirm this. you may also benefit from stool softenners.
Answered: Sat, 13 Jul 2013
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