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i am 36 and have had 2 c-sections (last one 6 yrs ago). i started doing ab exercises recently and now i am having a pinching sensation in my lower abdomen (mainly on the right, but a couple of times on the lft too). i am also having a dull ache in my right hip and side. these symptoms come and go and are not really painful, just annoying. my last cycle started on june 11th and it's july 5th and i've had my tubes tied, so i'm pretty sure i'm not preg. i just don't know what this could be and am getting worried that it's not just being sore from exercising since it's lasted for about 2 weeks now with no exercise. i also have experienced a burning sensation kind of like a bladder infection only not when i urinate. i am currently on penicillin for dental work. any ideas?


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replied July 6th, 2010
Ovulation and Ovaries Answer A13927
Hi,
Welcome to ehealthforum.
The pain in lower abdomen if it is along the scar line, it could indicate serious problems. Since symptoms have persisted even after stopping the exercise, it may not be related to your exercises.
Discuss your symptoms with your gynecologist/healthcare provider and get a thorough examination and investigations done to find out the cause for the pain and burning sensation.
Take care.



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