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5 days after my TT with MR is was laughing and felt a lot of pulling and stretching in my upper abs - about 3 days later the same thing happened (only a stretching feeling.)2 days ago I was drinking water and it went down the wrong pipe and i coughed and I felt a pinching feeling.

Now I have a sore spot and its slightly raised. I can pin-point the pain there is even a tiny dimple in the area. COuld I have torn or ruined the muscle repair??
Im 2 weeks out

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August 13, 2009 12:02 AM

It is surely possible that muscle tightening sutures may have been torn. The Abdominal Muscles are extremely strong and may have had small tears that bled (possible explanation for the (more)
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