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New Pain one year after c section

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#1 Hopeful2016

Posted 15 January 2018 - 04:26 PM

I had a c section in nov 2016 and this week (14 months later) for the first time I am experiencing pain near the area. Towards the end of, and for a short time after, urinating, I have been getting sharp tugging pains internally, between scar site, a bit higher up as well, and bladder. Has anyone else experienced this sort of pain? Is it problematic tha it is a new pain? I will go to the drs but keen to hear others experiences too. TIA.

#2 Jingleflea

Posted 15 January 2018 - 04:49 PM

Any new pain should be investigated, it could be a UTI or kidney issue so it needs to be checked out.

Good luck!

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