Mother: Digestive issues after hysterectomy. Please help.

Posted by michelynn115 @michelynn115, Sep 20 11:29pm

My mother had surgery about a year ago. It was for hysterectomy and the surgeon did surgery on her stomach to find cancer. No Cancer at all and she went for all the tests after surgery to see if she had Cancer all tests came back negative! After Surgery she couldn’t eat and go to the bathroom. And she keeps going to doctors and she gets no help. She has lost 70 pounds now and she still can’t hold down food throws up everything and can’t go to the bathroom. Please Help

Hi @michelynn115 and welcome. I moved your message to the Digestive Health and Women's Health groups to help members see your post.
Michelynn, can you help me understand? Did your mother have a hysterectomy and during that same surgery the surgeon investigated a suspected tumor in her stomach? Or was this 2 separate surgeries?

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Hi Michelynn, as you are probably are already aware when you have a surgery, such as yours the body takes a while to adjust. May I ask you, have the physican/physicans explained the weight loss? Of course the body not taking in nutrition or nutrients can also cause the body not to be functioning properly. Did this start right after the surgery, of the hysterectomy? Are on medications? Are you having bowel movements? If so the body is functioning of dispelling waste. But 🍍 pineapple/ 🍍 pineapple smoothies are really good in aiding digestion. They have a product on the internet called "Leaky Gut Revive", it sides in restoring stomach/intestinal cells from all natural products, if you would like to try it. It just might help get the body and functions balanced to where you can get down smoothies, such as strawberry, mango, 🍍 pineapple.

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@michelynn115 – Hi! If your mother had surgery a year ago to look for cancer in stomach, the surgery itself can cause difficulty eating etc. Has the surgeon or other doctor examined for this? If not- Make an appointment right away and write back to us!

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@colleenyoung

Hi @michelynn115 and welcome. I moved your message to the Digestive Health and Women's Health groups to help members see your post.
Michelynn, can you help me understand? Did your mother have a hysterectomy and during that same surgery the surgeon investigated a suspected tumor in her stomach? Or was this 2 separate surgeries?

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Hello and thank you for your response. She had the hysterectomy surgery at the same time. There was no tumor in her stomach they were looking for cancer. That’s my understanding of it.

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@astaingegerdm

@michelynn115 – Hi! If your mother had surgery a year ago to look for cancer in stomach, the surgery itself can cause difficulty eating etc. Has the surgeon or other doctor examined for this? If not- Make an appointment right away and write back to us!

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Hello and thank you for your response. My family is trying to get help now. My Mom has had many tests done we are waiting to see what her doctor says.

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@csteel

Hi Michelynn, as you are probably are already aware when you have a surgery, such as yours the body takes a while to adjust. May I ask you, have the physican/physicans explained the weight loss? Of course the body not taking in nutrition or nutrients can also cause the body not to be functioning properly. Did this start right after the surgery, of the hysterectomy? Are on medications? Are you having bowel movements? If so the body is functioning of dispelling waste. But 🍍 pineapple/ 🍍 pineapple smoothies are really good in aiding digestion. They have a product on the internet called "Leaky Gut Revive", it sides in restoring stomach/intestinal cells from all natural products, if you would like to try it. It just might help get the body and functions balanced to where you can get down smoothies, such as strawberry, mango, 🍍 pineapple.

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Hello and thank you for your response. I’m talking about my mom and the symptoms where right after surgery. I’m not sure of all the details, but my mom has been suffering ever since. Im glad to know about the pineapple.

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