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Post hysterectomy problems in leg & feet pain

Respected members, I am 49 years old and had complete hysterectomy on july 16th 2009 for uterus fibroid. Having a severe constant pain in my right leg, feet and sometimes in the left leg too. I cannot even walk for a km. Is it due to my daily scooter ride to my office (approx. 20 kms to and fro daily) or due to my ignorance to stop taking calcium tablets all these days? I get pain in vaginal area and in the surgery portion after a light walk too. There is some discharge as soon as I bend or do little bit strenuous job. Please advice ..... yours sincerely, Jasmine
Asked On : Thu, 11 Feb 2010
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there seems to be two problems one is with the foot and the other is with the surgery and the other is with the discharge from the vgina which is on exertion. exertion and discharge seems to be urine. get it tested with thw uro gynacologist and the feet problem with a orthopaedics. it requires treqtment otherwise it migh cause other problems in the latter part of the life

Answered: Fri, 12 Feb 2010
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