• laura lamberty laura lamberty
    July 28, 2008
    What causes pain after a c-section?
    laura lamberty laura lamberty
    July 28, 2008

    I had the mirena coil after my 4th c-section last march. It was my third emergency one, as they thought my scar was going to rupture because I had bad stomach pains in my lower belly.  Since the operation I never felt right, but when the coil went in, it got a bit worse, so I gave it time. Yet after 12 months I had it taken out, and when it came out, they said it might have stuck to my scar a little because it really hurt! Since then it has gotten so bad that I have almost called an ambulance on numerous occasions because I was having severe stomach pains.


    The doctors just keep doing swabs, but they come back normal every time. It is really sore to the touch, so much so I was in tears when I last went for an examination. I dont want to go back. The pain goes all down my left side, just above my belly button, and then along a small "line" type area just above my belly button. I have had ALOT of constipation; it's like it has gone to sleep on me! I know that sounds silly, but it's true. I have had a lot of headaches, too, but thought that was a side effect of the implant. Also I have been really sweating a lot and really tired, which is not like me at all, and I haven't been bleeding. I have a good diet, and I'm only 23.



  • James Leary
    August 14, 2014
    James Leary
    August 14, 2014



    I know it has been a while since you psoted, but I wonder if you have found any solutions or any relief.  It sounds like you are in a lot of pain, so I hope your doctors have found something that helps.  I am not a doctor and can't diagnose you, but your symptoms sound serious enough that you should see another physician if your current one is unable to help.


    Please consdier returning to the community and letting us know how you are doing.  I'm sure your experience would be a great help to others on the site.


    Best of luck!


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