Greetings Sydskind ! I would give the emergency room a call to see what they say... Usually anytime a person has severe abdominal pain they say a visit to the emergency room is appropriate. I would tell the people at the emergency room about the mesh with the phone call. With a mesh in there I guess I would be worrying too I am sorry this has happened. Of course if it is constipation then I might use a quart of warm water to soften it and wait for a BM. Okra can be eaten to improve the mucous in the area and get it sliding. Some people use a half a bottle of prune juice to have a BM. Flax seed can be obtained. Two tablespoons flax can be simmered with some water and then strained to drink the slippery water without the seeds. This has an anti-inflammatory effect and gives the ability to help the mucous glands of the bowel to let the bowel movement slide out better, also softening it with water. Some people also use senna pod or senna leaf tea to stimulate the muscles to move. A daily walk is also useful to stimulate bowels.
With a mesh I think avoiding constipation is important so making sure there is plenty of water intake, no junk food, no meat, less eggs or dairy products, less dry food such as crackers, packaged or refined food such as white flour food, pasta or white rice is important. I would use more fruits and vegetable to help with constipation also.