She was diagnosed with right sided Metastatic carcinoma on 5/5/2016. She opted to have a double mastectomy which was done on 9/13/2016. Had complications due to an infection on the right side. Surgery was done again 10 days later to clean up infection site, etc.. No further problems at that time except she has developed lymphedema to her right arm which we are dealing with. At least, as well as one can deal with it.
On 10/22/2018 she had Bilateral Delayed Breast Reconstruction with Deep Inferior Epigastric Peroration. All her incisions (each breast has a football shaped incision, abdominal incision runs from hip point to hip point) have finally healed on the outside. But she doesn't feel like her abdominal incision has healed on the inside. She feels as though her "insides are dropping out of her vagina". All the 911 calls I've been called out on (approx. 15,000) and I have no memory of ever responding to this specific complaint. I have seen this problem, although it was caused by auto vs pedestrian traffic accident and a fall from a rooftop onto a fence. Both did not have good outcomes, both died due to their injuries.
Is this possible? Our surgeon has been very evasive with his answers to our questions. Should we insist on an MRI, x-rays, etc? I'm usually pretty good at knowing what to do, and who to go to in most all sudden onset situations. Except this one.
Thanks to all who offer advise.