Groin Pain With Cesarean Section?
, I am a girl in my 20s and already have a new baby boy 1 month old. I want to ask, what is the relationship between fracture marks in the groin and sitting bones with cesarean section scars? 2016 ago I had an accident and my groin bone, my sitting bone was fractured. After recovering I can walk again I rarely feel pain, but after I had a cesarean section when I gave birth to my son 1 month ago, now I feel severe pain in the abdomen, spine, groin to my left thigh. Why is that? Please explain. NThank you.
Good afternoon, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Pain in the back, stomach, spine and thighs can actually be caused by various things, ranging from muscle injuries, pinched nerves, infection of the nerves, to pain that actually occurs from abnormalities in internal organs such as the kidneys and urinary tract.
However, among those possibilities, so far there is no relationship between c-section scars and fractures / fractures. In your case, chances are that it just happened to be coincidental or if there was a connection, indirectly. Like for example by being pregnant, the load that is supported by your spine increases, your posture changes and causes your nerves to become pinched and such.
Therefore, our advice is important for you to have your condition checked by an orthopedic doctor for further examination by focusing on physical and supporting examinations such as X-rays, CT scans or MRI to determine whether there is narrowing of the spine, pinched nerves or the like. By doing this examination, it can be identified more specifically which part is experiencing abnormalities so that more appropriate treatment can be given.
Meanwhile, you can take over-the-counter pain medications by reading the instructions listed, warm compressing the painful area, drinking lots of water, avoiding slouching, avoiding heavy lifting and getting adequate rest. If your pain is unbearable, you can come to the emergency room. Get well soon.
That's all, hope it helps.
dr. Amadeo D. Basfiansa