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Why am I having lower right stomach pain, nausea, frequent urination after my disc disectomy ?

I had a disc disectomy 5 days ago, lower lumbar region. I only stayed on the oxy for 2 days since then I am taking about 1200 mg a day of motrin and about 1500mg a day of tylenol . I have had 3 bowl movements since day 2 0f my surgery and have two a day normally. I have been having lower right side stomach pain off and on and today feel nauseas with frequent urination . Any idea what could be going on here?
Asked On : Sat, 23 Jun 2012
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Thank for asking to HCM
I really appreciate your concern, since the time has gone away since you had the surgery and now you have a complain of lower abdominal pain, and this is nothing to take with the past history surgery, but the resent complain of lower abdominal pain and urine problem is indicative of renal colic and the possible cause would be stone, and this need to be ruled out, hope this information helps you, have a nice day.
Answered: Tue, 20 May 2014
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