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Adhesions, General and After Surgery (cont.)

When to Seek Medical Care

See a doctor any time a person experiences abdominal pain that doesn't resolve quickly, pelvic pain, chest pain, or unexplained fever. If the person has undergone surgery or has a history of medical illness, discuss any changes in recovery or condition with a doctor.

If the person's abdominal pain is associated with high fever, continuous vomiting, swelling of the abdomen, chest pain, back pain, fainting or lightheadedness, gastrointestinal bleeding, go to the emergency department.

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