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Intense pain on mons pubis, no swelling, normal blood work. History of lap hysterectomy with bladder suspension. Cause?

I am a 45y/o femalewith a h/o of a laphyst,with a bladder suspension done vaginally.I have awaken the last three nights with pain to my mons pubis . I have experienced this pain with each of my children during the late stages of my pregency.But my youngest child is now 21 yrs.why am I experiencing this pain. No obvious swelling to area or recent trauma is appreciated. I just had lab work a week ago and had bloodwork done that shows no autoimmune diseases????
Asked On : Thu, 19 Jul 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
during bladder suspension usually they will pull the ligaments, which also happens during term gestation when gravid uterus pulls the ligaments when it grows into abdomen,
so possibly that may be cause for your problem,
also decreased estrogen after hysterectomy may also be responsible,
you can take general analgesics for relief of pain, if you are not getting relief with that better visit your doctor once for examination.
take care.
Answered: Fri, 20 Jul 2012
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