I have a question regarding post operative pain. I had a cholysystectomy three weeks ago robotically through a single incision near my belly button. HIDA scan 6% and constant pain, it was chronically inflamed according to patho. I still have some nausea and dizziness that my doctor thinks is not due to this and should see an ENT. I also have constant discomfort in my upper epigastric region directly under my sternum. It's a constant dull ache. The fact that it's chronic is what makes it so bad. Nothing I do seems to make it better or worse. Surgeon thinks I should be feeling amazing right now. What's your opinions? Am I experiencing pretty normal pains for three weeks post op or not? Also, what is the typical amount of time to feel "normal"?
Jul 5, '17
Per TOS, we cannot offer medical advice. Your concerns need to be addressed by those who know your history and can perform an assessment- your healthcare team.
Jul 5, '17
My experiences post-op can not be expected to be your experiences post-op. Another reason why you need to communicate with your healthcare providers.
Jul 6, '17
As stated above, you need to pose all questions and concerns to your primary provider/surgeon. Per TOS, we cannot offer the medical advice you require.
We hope you feel better soon.
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