Can You Take More Pills After An Appendectomy?
Good afternoon, I’m ayla, age 23 years old r nSy it’s been 6 weeks after laparoscopic appendectomy, since I was sick, my body was getting thinner before I got sick, I took more pills and I can get fat but it gradually stops after being sick. R n ask, can I take more pills again after surgery and are there any negative effects on my health? r nThank you.
Good morning Ayla, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. The pill that you mean is one of the herbal ingredients that promote ginseng as a source of weight gain. Besides ginseng, several other compositions were also recorded, such as 20% fructus hordei germinatus, 15% fructus lycii, 20% rhizoma dioscoreae and 15% fructus amomy. Even though this product claims to increase body weight, from a scientific point of view the actual research that can prove it is still limited both in terms of dosage, short and long term side effects, reactions in the body and so on so clinically, we cannot recommend you to take the pill this.
Overall, there is no prohibition to consume certain foods, drinks or drugs after any surgery. If you find it difficult to gain weight, we recommend that you consult a nutritionist to determine what diet is best for you. Then if in the end you still choose to take these pills, at least make sure it's authenticity by buying it from a trusted place, be accountable and make sure that the product has been certified by BPOM. So, hopefully it answers your question.