Yes, definitly be worried. Bleeding through a pad/tampon in 30 min to an hour is not normal nor is passing golf ball sized clots. See your doctor ASAP or if you can't get in to see your doctor, go to the ER.View Thread
By that reasoning then I'm constipated despite the fact that I have no problems "going" and no pain. I only have one bowel movement a day and will occasionally skip a day but for me, once a day seems to be my normal.
When my son was younger, my mom was worried that he wasn't having a bowel movement every day but when I talked to his pediatrician, he said not every infant does.View Thread
As previous posters have indicated, they have gone many years post hysterectomy and have not experienced any of the symptoms someonewhocares3 has listed. Most women, my mother included (we actually discussed it the other day), were happy to have the cause of so many of their problems removed.
It's barely been six weeks since your hysterectomy. After my abdominal myomectomy, my doctor said it would take at least 6-8 weeks before I felt normal. Remember, a hysterectomy is major surgery and your body is healing. As everyone heals at different paces, it may take you a bit longer to feel normal again.
After my 2nd C-section, it took at least two months before I started felling even semi-normal.View Thread