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Having tail bone injury after recovering from bladder banding surgery. Concerned about pressure and cramping in surgery area

I have just been given the go ahead to slowly resume normal actives after having bladder banding surgery 6 weeks ago. I have been feeling very good, but have now had a fall down 3 concrete stairs on my backside. Along with the normal tailbone injury pain I am also feeling a lot of pressure and cramping in the area of my surgery. Should I be concerned or just go to the ER?
Asked On : Mon, 16 Apr 2012
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hello Robinrepp, after fell down - pain in back-advice-ice cold compression, tablet- pracetamol 650 mg twice in a day, X-RAY lumbroscral spine AP & lateral to rule out boney injury, if not relived than go for MRI , feeling lot of pressure &cramping in surgery area-is it associated with jaundice or abdominal distension or fever or loss of appetite or liver function test is alter then it is emergency advice- USG- abdomen to rule out any collection ,or CBD injury ,if not confirmed, then go for MRCP or ERCP- some time there may be CBD stone there , if all thing normal then go for endoscopy some time there may be be pathology in gastric or duodenum( post cholecystetomy syndrome), in spite all thing - normal than it may be due to sometime- after surgery up to 3 to 6 months happens or up to 1- 2 years due to scar not fully mature ,hope my advice is useful to you, thank you.

Answered: Mon, 30 Apr 2012
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