I agree with Alcie...you've had major surgery, and although the laproscopic surgery hides the extent of what has been done, believe it! It takes six months for most of the healing and a year for the rest.
If you're getting pain when exercising, your body is telling you something. Back off and give yourself a chance to heal. Reduce the strenuousness of your workouts.
Have you called your surgeon's office about this? If not, please do. If your pain is that severe, they should know.
I had a very disappointing meeting with the surgeon last week. Basically his attitude was "everything is fine", and when I told him things are worse than before he didn't seem to care. This is the same person who before the op told me laproscopic hiatus hernia repair is "simple", I'd be myself within a few days, and I could lift weights at the gym after 2 weeks.
In Britain we have this pile of **** called the NHS. The rest of the world thinks it's great but it's actually 3rd world healthcare. Unfortunately, and I must have been crazy, I used them thinking it was "free".
Post Edited (ldrunner) : 2/17/2014 3:46:40 PM (GMT-7)