I had a supra cervical laproscopic hysterectomy on Aug. 3, 2009 due to adenomyosis. A few days after the surgery the pain was still there and I am still experiencing the pain. MRI of the lumbar, CT of the pelvis, pelvic and vaginal ultrasound revealed nothing. I have had this pain since early 2004, at first it felt as if my womb was falling out, I had no other way to describe it. I was diagnosed with adenomyosis in 2008. I am to the point of seeing a pain management doctor for trigger point therapy to see if it works. The areas of the pain, between the labia and the fold of my leg, at times it radiates into my vagina with a stabbing or throbbing pain, at times I cannot exercise or participate in activities requiring a lot of walking sometimes I cannot even lift a bag or two because then I am in pain. I need help. I feel like an old lady with aches and pains, and I am only 40.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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