Four months after a complete hysterectomy what could be causing constant and severe pain in the lower back and radiating across the groin and into the vagina?
This is not an answer to your question. You are not alone. I had a complete hysterectomy 4 weeks ago and I am having severe pain in my lower back that radiates across the right side of my groin. I decided to search the internet for answers and thankfuly I came across your question because I thought it may have been all in my head. Any help would be much appreciated.
Remember that you had a mayor surgery, your body is a disaster zone. It needs time to heal. I'm not a physician, but i hope i can take some cares away. I had a few surgeries with after pains, my doctors said it was like having internal scrape wounds... it has to heal. to be sure, contact your doctor and demand a test, they cannot refuse that. and you have certainty that there are no infections or other nasty complications... if the doctor all ready ran a test, you are in the clearing and you can apply the information i gave earlier here. I wish you ladies the best!
Why does the temperature remain constant at the transition temperature even though heating is continued?
Can surgical clips that are left on the hemipelvis after surgery for hysterectomy oopherectomy and lymphendectomy because of endometrial cancer be causing hip pain six years later?
blood is located in only one compartment in the body, the blood vessels, no where else. if you happen to see blood in your vaginal area, then blood vessels in that area has ruptured, causing the leak... having hysterectomy rules out the uterus as the cause of the leak(bleeding).... you can check my other articles in internal medicine in this site lowellmd202.blogspot.com
You just had a partial hysterectomy and after words you had this weird odor which was very strong and offensive to your nose and im sure others what is causing this and how do you get to go away- you?
Why the temperature of the ice remains constant during melting although heat is absorbed from the surroundings?
As volume changes so does pressure. During the compression cycle of an engine, the volume is decreasing causing the pressure to increase. This happens so rapidly that I do not believe that temperature stays constant. For this to actually be following Boyle's law the temp is supposed to remain constant.
No, a constant magnetic field cannot set a proton at rest into motion. Equation: FB= qvBsin(theta) The proton is at rest, so therefore its velocity is 0 m/s, thus causing the force applied by the magnetic force to be 0 N. Which will ultimately cause the proton to not move, despite the constant magnetic field.
What could be causing pain at waist and radiating across abdomen for almost a year Had ultrasound and exam.?
What is causing clear discharge from nipple and think I am past menopause Had hysterectomy years ago Never pregnant to my knowledge?
Increased levels of "greenhouse gases" such as CO2 and methane in the atmosphere cause heat on the surface of Earth to be trapped in the atmosphere instead of radiating back out into space. The rise in temperature melts ice caps whose high albedos normally reflect sunlight, causing the water to warm up and further increasing the Earth's surface temperature.
Carbon dioxide is called a greenhouse gas because it acts somewhat like a greenhouse in keeping the earth warm. Solar radiation, re-radiating out from the surface of the earth, is captured by greenhouse gases (essentially any gas with more than two atoms). This warmth is held in the atmosphere, now causing global warming.