Last July I had a baby girl via c-section. Been on the Depo since September 2012 given at ob/gyn. I didn't have this soreness and cramping during my Pap exam done at my ob/gyn this past Feb. Well Family Planning did a pelvic exam today and it really was tender and sore. The woman said it was on my uterus and could be nerves from my surgery. I've been feeling crampy for 3 wks and thought maybe I'd bleed since my shot was due but I didn't. They had to do a pregnancy test since it was my first visit there and that was negative. She said everything felt fine during the exam. I think it just doesn't sound right. It's been 10mos. I should be healed pretty well by now. It feels more like inflammation than nerve damage. (This was my second c-section and this didn't happen after my son in 2005) The exam was required before giving me my shot even though I've had a Pap in the past year. Otherwise I wouldn't have known it was THAT sore and would've just passed it off as cramping. Do you think I should trust her judgement of saying it is only nerves?( I do have a huge history of ovarian cysts and this is not the same feeling.) I just don't know if she could find a pelvic infection by feeling around.
Asked by Anonymous at 10:07 PM on May. 23, 2013 in Health
Answer by KristiS11384 at 10:11 PM on May. 23, 2013
Answer by Izsarejman at 10:26 PM on May. 23, 2013
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