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C section mamas Bella_Chelle 17 kids; Pennsylvania 5415 posts
7th Feb '13

My daughter will be 1 in 2 weeks. My pain was gone after a few months and started coming back. Now I will have random days where I am so incredibly sore, shooting pains, and feel like I am in recovery again. After a while I started having problems going to the bathroom where I feel like I am in labor. My stomach hurts so bad! Right now my whole belly hurts and this just sucks. :( I had an ultrasound done and everything came back normal. I was told to follow up with my PCP if I have more pain but I have no clue what he would do. Does anyone else have this problem? Did it eventually go away and all was well with your body?

ℐαzmчn 2 kids; Somerset, Kentucky 12712 posts
7th Feb '13

Hmm I never had that problem. Maybe a couple months after but not a year. If it were me I'd talk to my doctor.

Deanna Lynn 17 kids; Levittown, Pennsylvania 353 posts
7th Feb '13

I would definitely follow up with your PCP. I had a c-section 11 months months ago and once the initial pain was gone it didn't come back. My incision always has a mildly sore feeling but not the kind of pain you described.

Deanna Lynn 17 kids; Levittown, Pennsylvania 353 posts
7th Feb '13

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Bella_Chelle 17 kids; Pennsylvania 5415 posts
7th Feb '13
Quoting ℐαzmчn:" Hmm I never had that problem. Maybe a couple months after but not a year. If it were me I'd talk to my doctor."


I saw my doctor who I had while pregnant. She wants me to see my regular doctor though. But I really don't see how he could help when he isn't the one who knows stuff about this. I had a healthy recovery too which is why it is odd.

Bella_Chelle 17 kids; Pennsylvania 5415 posts
7th Feb '13
Quoting Deanna Lynn:" I would definitely follow up with your PCP. I had a c-section 11 months months ago and once the initial ... [snip!] ... initial pain was gone it didn't come back. My incision always has a mildly sore feeling but not the kind of pain you described."


I guess I will call and tell him what's up. It is so weird some days everything is fine then some it is hell. And I never over do it. I sit all day most of the time at work.

Onalee's Mummy Due August 26 (boy); 1 child; Newcastle, Australia 5355 posts
7th Feb '13

I just want to say I still have not been able to poop pain free and I'm almost 3 and a half years after.



I had ultrasounds etc done to check the scar tissue but nothing conclusive came of it. I've just learnt to deal with it.



And I also always get pain out of nowhere where my scar was too

Take me as I am 18 kids; Wyoming 1669 posts
7th Feb '13

Its the nerves coming back. In some areas you feel numb but give it time, feeling will return. It hurts like a sob I know!

Bella_Chelle 17 kids; Pennsylvania 5415 posts
8th Feb '13
Quoting Onalee's Mummy:" I just want to say I still have not been able to poop pain free and I'm almost 3 and a half years after. ... [snip!] ... conclusive came of it. I've just learnt to deal with it. And I also always get pain out of nowhere where my scar was too"


Wow I'm sorry! Yeah I get like that. It feels like I am having contractions. It gets real bad at times.

Bella_Chelle 17 kids; Pennsylvania 5415 posts
8th Feb '13
Quoting Take me as I am:" Its the nerves coming back. In some areas you feel numb but give it time, feeling will return. It hurts like a sob I know!"


I never thought of that! Part of my numbness did recently go away.