Lump after cesarean

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I had the same pain almost 2 years after my c-section. Within a year a lump had formed at the site. Surgery removed the mass and biopsied it. It was Endometrial tissue. I was diagnosed with Endometriosis. Apparentely, some Endometrial tissue escaped during the c-section and attached itself to the outside wall of my abdomen.
Since this procedure, a day before my menstrual I can feel a lump on my lower left side very close to the cesarean incision and it really hurts and there is swellen in that area even after my menstrual go off the lump still hurts four to five days afterwards. The pain stops until my next menstrual. can anyone tell me what this could be.
I have no insurance now, so its just a waiting game. I am going to have to wait 2 weeks this time before I test again. Can't afford a test until after payday.
now am scared because I see that a lot of women have not been able to conceive after the mirena IUD removal... pls help!!! I have had it for 18 months and after all the crazy stories, I am thinking of having it removed :(.
I would like to be sure and, completely free from my doubts related to my health issues. I got my 2 cesarean operation done on 2nd Feb 2010 and 7th Oct 2011 respectively. Unfortunately I lost my 2nd kid . It was a baby girl. She had a chronic lungs disease.After my 2nd delivery I got to know regarding my umbilical hernia.I got my hernia operation done on 6th July 2012. This is my history regarding my health. I am completely OK right now. I am also doing yoga and started exercise moderately.
Hello Dear, There is rarely any nerve injury after cesarean section, and nerves often heal along with the skin. However, sometimes, nerves are cut and they do not heal and cause nerve damage. In some cases, the nerve damage can affect a large part of the body or it only affects a small area. It might last for a short time, or it might take a long time Sometimes additional surgery may be needed. You should consult a neurologist and take his opinion.
As for herpes I do get one outbreak a year and no there was no outbreak at the time of exsposure,  but yet I have had an outbreak at around week 8/9 I still have my lump, i had an ultrasound scan on 20.11.13 they said the lump was 1cm lymph node and in feb it was rescanned and shrunk to 0.5cm.
I had a hemithyroidectomy in May for a lump I found. My sister had papillary carcinoma with uncommon metastasis to the lungs. My pathology came back and showed I had a small papillary carcinoma too. Because I still wanted to have a baby, the doctor decided to leave my other half of the thyroid and just place me on TSH supression. I didn't have any blood work done post surgery, he said that he would just guess the dosage of Synthroid based on my weight.
Even with a cesarean you have choices, specifically with how your baby is cared for after birth. I bet you'll do just fine! She emailed me that she may be deleting the blog soon so you may want to copy and paste some of the more important stuff to Word for future reference if you can't read it all at once.
My periods have been so weird this year but by the time it really begins there is heavy bleeding. I was using tampons but after the pain started getting worse I switched back to pads. In one working day of 7.5 hours I soak 5 or 6 pads. That's not how my periods normally were. I have never heard of Adenomyosis. Is that something that I should be really concerned about?
As for herpes I do get one outbreak a year and no there was no outbreak at the time of exsposure, but yet I have had an outbreak at around week 8/9 I still have my lump, i had an ultrasound scan on 20.11.13 they said the lump could be a cyst or possibly a lymph node. Am so scared.
As you've heard, I had a very very BAD birthing experience, but I'm GLAD it's done and over with. I'm pretty much healed up, but I'm fixin to go back to the doc's cuz there's a lump about twice as big as an egg in my lower left side of my stomach... and if it doesn't go down, or if I start running fever I'll be going back to get it checked out like the nurse asked. My stomach is saggy and looks absolutely DISGUSTING from all the stretch marks and stretched skin n what not.
It has been two years after my hysterectomy and I still have severe groin pain.
Now after my baby was born 2 month she came down with Baterial Meningitis after I stop breastfeeding expain that to me.Because my back was hurting real bad they gave differnce medication, it might her the baby to stop breastfeeding. My question how did I go from good health to all these problem.I was execellence health nothing like maybe some back every now and then if I working hard.
Researchers found that approximately 34 percent of women who opted for elective induction of labor ultimately had a cesarean section, while only 20 percent of women who labored naturally underwent a cesarean delivery. Like elective induction, cesarean delivery naïvely may be seen as routine and risk-free, when in fact it is a major surgery and like all surgeries increases the risk of infection, respiratory complications, the need for additional surgeries, and results in longer recovery times.
LONDON - Babies born by Cesarean section are more likely to develop asthma than children delivered naturally, Swiss researchers said on Tuesday. There has been conflicting evidence on the link between asthma and C-sections but the researchers said the number of children involved in their study and a long monitoring period strengthened their results.
Do you have issues with eating and having to run to the bathroom right after? You may want them to check you on that. I had mine removed over 2yrs ago, and had a sharp stabbing pain under my right side ribcage and that is what they told me it was. Also, take into consideration that it's possible if you have lifted anything lately that sometimes, we bruise whats called like the skeletal tissue in our ribcages. I had that happen once, but it only hurt when I breathed in. Hope that helped.
During that time, it was extremely painful to swallow or talk. After I would finally get it pushed back into place, the pain would go away, but my whole neck would be sore up to my ear and through my jaw. It felt bruised, but no visible bruising on the outside. Over the next couple of years, this problem continued to get worse, happening weekly with some minor "slippage" on a daily basis. Throughout my life, I have talked to various family practice doctors about this problem.
I had problems with a previous hormonal IUD before, I had heavy bleeding for about 20 days aout of the month and extreme migraines. After 6 months they finally took it out. After they took it out we used condoms since I did not want to go in the pill (I got pregnant while on them with my first one) and guess what - - - condom broke = second baby. I asked my doc for a solution since I want a third baby sometime in the far future, they told me Merina is the best (ha...
drinking plenty of water, eating enough potassium, and stretching before and after exercise is supposed to help avoid cramps." "When you get a charley horse, massages, stretching, warm baths, and ice are all generally recommended (although none are scientifically proven to work). Those who want relief in pill form can try vitamin B12 supplements.
2 1/2 years of disabling muscle pain in my neck, chest and back. 3 years of research and reading (after dozens of worthless doctor visits). Fixed myself. 99% pain fee now.
My doctor actually told me to stick with the gold bond if it works, but that's treating the symptoms...sigh. I just had a run of anti biotics after a surgery, wouldn't that take care of any kind of BI/yeast/uti??
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