I cannot BELIEVE that nurse told you to stop whining!!!! I would be furious!!!! You should not have to put up with that by the people that are paid to help you.
As far as the pain, I'm not sure. I had constipation problems with my 2nd DD but it only last at most a couple days. What you are describing seems must worse than your typical constipation. If your OB doesn't call you back soon, do you have a general practice dr you could see? If you are in that much pain and nothing is giving you relief I would see someone else if you can't get in to your dr. Even an immediate care type of situation.
I really hope your OB has called by the time you are reading this. But I would definitely get it checked out ASAP.
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