Hello, my name is***** and I have over 20 years of experience as a veterinarian. I am sorry that you have been waiting for a response, but you requested a phone call and I suspect that has stopped many veterinarians online tonight from trying to help. The states/province I am licensed in do not allow me to communicate via phone calls, unless I have previously physically examined a pet. I could lose my license for doing so and I think many veterinarians that work on the site have the same constrictions.
I can give you an opinion this way however.
I understand your concern about your girl's restless behavior.
Is she spayed?
With the increasing daylight hours if she is not spayed it is very likely that she is going into heat.
Typical behavior includes rolling, crouching with the rear in the air, increased vocalization, and increased scent marking.
She's announcing to the boys she's available.
Cats will continuously cycle through heats unless bred or manually stimulated about every 2 weeks until late fall.
If you don't want kittens it's time to spay her once her wounds have healed.
I suspect that her wounds may have been from a male trying to grab her to mate before she was ready. From your description now she has progressed to the point in her heat cycle where she is ready to mate, thus she is rubbing against things to leave her scent and is restlessly looking for a fellow.
You can't change things for her now, and she will get through this given time.
Please let me know if you have any further questions.