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Have pelvic abdominal pain after hysterectomy, diagnosed as pelvic nerve damage. Taking various medicines, but not enough relief

My Name is Antonella I had an hysterectomy in 2005 after the surgery I Suffered from Pelvic abdominal painno Dr or test was able to tell me why I was in so much pain. I wasnt diagnosed untill 4 years later with severed pelvic nerve damage, since then I have been on Lyrica, Panadeine forte, and other pain meds I cant remember the name I was on Oxycontin for 3 years always increasing the mgs trhough the months and I am now on Methadone Physeptone 10mg 3 times a day I have put on 11 kilos I went from 50kg to 61kg I dont eat much I know this is due from the medication but the bigger problem is the meds dont work anymore is there anything else I can take for this severe pain I have look forward to hear from you thanks Antonella
Asked On : Fri, 19 Apr 2013
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Hi, antonella, sorry to hear of your condition, I to my patients with such symptoms prescribe neurotropic injections, gabapentine, along with pain killers.
Take more of green leafy vegetables, pulses, sprouts, and proteine rich foods.
Avoid taking potato, other tubers, tomato, egg, chicken, and sea foods, for some time and if you are comfertable continue abstenance other wise you can start taking them. Thank you.
Answered: Thu, 27 Jun 2013
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