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    I had the exact same pain second time round. It took about 4 weeks for me to be able to stand up without almost screaming in agony. When I asked about it, I was told that it was the internal stitches.

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    I had a small fluid collection under my scar after my first caesarean. An ultrasound showed that it was about 5ml; not enough to warrant draining it, but incredibly painful! It hurt for a couple of weeks then went away.

    I hope your pain resolves soon

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    I had a csection a week and a half ago and experienced similar pain - went back to the hospital and they gave me a body stocking thingy which worked wonders! After speaking with a physio, found out I had 3-4 finger width separation, I got some SRC recovery shorts. They helped immensely!!!! They cost a bit but worth it! If you don't want to go to the expense, the hospital should give you a body stocking thing for free, which did a good job too.

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    I am having a similar pain and I will be 4 weeks post op tomorrow. my first c-section was a breeze 3 years ago, as I recall, but the recovery for this one is so frustrating. I am getting a sharp, pulling, tight pain a few inches above the scar on the right side. I haven't left the house in nearly a week as I am trying to heal and have been walking hunched over hold the right side of my stomach, which is causing a great backache and terrible posture. its just depressing. I really hope its more like days, not months, for this pain to go away. how are you going now babyflynn81? or anyone else experiencing similar pain and frustration?

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    The recovery shorts were amazing. They saved me! So worth the money as I was walking over hunched and after I wore the shorts, felt a million times better. A few weeks after wearing them, I felt good as new. I would say to anyone with the pain, either get the body stocking or the shorts. Don't be in pain if you don't have to be 😊


 

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