Benign Tumor Postoperative Effects?
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Headaches that you experience can be related to the effects of surgery and may not. Headaches that occur to a person after undergoing surgery are generally caused by the anesthetic or anesthetic given. There are 3 types of anesthesia, namely:
1. Local anesthesia, often performed on dental procedures or removal of small bumps on the skin. Where anesthesia is limited to the location to be carried out only actions.
2. Regional anesthesia, performed on medium and large operations, such as pen placement in the leg, where anesthesia is carried out with spinal anesthesia so that the waist to the feet experience numbness. This anesthesia technique often causes headaches. Perhaps this anesthesia technique is what you go through during surgery.
3. General anesthesia, will cause the patient in a condition of unconsciousness, this is very different from other anesthesia techniques. Often also called total anesthesia.
To overcome this, mothers can take painkillers that the doctor has prescribed. Over time the headache will begin to decrease and disappear. If it is disturbing or does not improve after one week post surgery or if you experience weakness / paralysis / stiffness / numbness / numbness of the lower limbs or difficulty holding urinating / defecating, you should consult an anesthetist yes.
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