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An_249626 posted:
One week ago yesterday I had a robotically assisted hysterectomy and ovaries removed. I am doing very well as it seems to me. I have experienced virtually no pains as a result of surgery. Some very slight discomfort when bending, coughing, laughing, but nothing I cannot tolerate. With all that said, the only pain not in that area is a burning sensation between my shoulder/blades just below my neck. Is this caused from the gas used to perform surgery in order for surgeon to see better?
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