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#1 of 2 Old 02-05-2011, 03:18 PM - Thread Starter
 
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I hope this is the right place to post this...It's been nearly 7months since my second c/s (HBAC transfer) and sometimes my uterus still hurts, not like cramping, it just hurts.  I still wear yoga pants and leggings a lot of the time because jeans bother my incision too much.  I really didn't have a lot of pain during my recovery this time (last time recovery was VERY painful) so I am little confused.  I know that massaging the incision is supposed to help and I am trying to that.   What else can I be doing to help? Should I still be drinking RRL tea?  Are there any supplements or homeopathy I could take?  Can anyone else relate?


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Have you considered seeing a massage therapist or PT who specializes in working with women with pelvic and abdominal pain?  My guess would be that you have adhesions or scar tissue internally that are causing you pain.


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