Are There Any Dietary Restrictions That Should Be Avoided When Undergoing Tubectomy Or Uterine Sterile Surgery?
HealthReplies.com I want to ask, when undergoing tubectomy or uterine sterile surgery … is there any food restrictions that should be avoided during menstruation … because my stomach feels cramped ..
Hello Asma, Thank you for the question.
When did you undergo this surgery? Is this abdominal pain accompanied by other complaints such as nausea, vomiting, diarrhea / constipation, fever, abnormal vaginal discharge, irregular menstruation, bleeding outside menstruation, pain during urination, frequent urination, or other complaints? Tubectomy is a permanent contraceptive procedure in women which is done by cutting or closing the fallopian tubes so that the egg cannot enter the uterus and the sperm cannot fertilize the egg. This action is a relatively safe procedure but also has complications such as bleeding, injury to the intestine / bladder / blood vessels, and infection. In addition, if the fallopian tubes are not completely closed, you are at risk of having an ectopic pregnancy, which is a pregnancy outside the uterus (usually in the fallopian tube). Abdominal pain that you feel may be a symptom of the complications mentioned above. However, abdominal pain can also be caused by several other disease conditions such as gastroenteritis, pelvic inflammation, urinary tract infections, and others.
You should immediately consult an obstetrician in advance to ensure that this complaint is related to the tubectomy. If the tubectomy is safe, no complications are found, it means that your complaint is caused by another medical condition. An examination by a doctor is needed to ascertain the cause so that the doctor can determine further treatment. There are no restrictions on food for you after undergoing tubectomy.
You can warm compresses on the area of the sick stomach or take paracetamol if the pain worsens. Please multiply your water consumption and avoid the habit of holding BAK.
I hope this helps.