I also developed a seroma after the 1st surgery in the pelvis that lead to my cancer diagnosis. Mine self drained, as I bent over to tie my shoes on the first day back to work in June 2016. A gush of fluid drained out of the area. I'd felt a fullness, but not like the pain you experienced. I spoke with a nurse at work that told me that it was a normal part of the healing process. Fluid builds up to protect an area of injury or surgery while healing. Glad you got it resolved. The things they don't tell us - we could all write books!
good for you! it is hard to be a patient sometimes.
I don't know about you, but I always hate ‘bugging’ them with stuff….but hey---I've never had cancer before and don't know what is ‘normal’.
yeah you for listening and then acting on your body's signals that something wasn't right!! and thank you for the post….it will certainly help others who might be in the same boat!
have a lovely (less painful) weekend