I recently (8/7/12) had a Laparoscopy done due to continues tugging and pulling pain/discomfort in my lower abdominal area ans painful intercorse. I had been having this discomfort for 2-3 years. My doctor finally listened to me and scheduled for surgery. My doctor advised me that she saw 3 black spots (2 on my wall and 1 one an overy), a few webs of endo and adhesions. She advised that she broke the webs up and the adhesions, and burned the black spots off. The second week after my surgery I started to get the tugging/pulling feeling again. On my post-opp i informed her of this and she said to take BC and that should help but she doesnt recommend going back in for surgery.
My question is, should i still be having this discomfort after the surgery? I would think I shouldnt be because she said that she took care of it.
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