Causes Of Pain After Surgical Removal Of The Uterus And Myoma?
I want to ask the doctor about post-surgery for 2 weeks I still feel pain … sometimes I have a fever
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The pain that you feel can be related to:
1. Pain that is part of the wound healing process.
2. Neuropathic pain due to nerve injury during surgery.
3. Psychological pain, related to stress factors before, during and after surgery. Where the pain is felt not due to tissue damage in the surgical wound.
4. Pain caused by infection of the surgical wound (ILO).
Try to give an ice pack wrapped in cloth to the area around the surgical wound. Do breathing relaxation, especially when pain comes, namely by taking a deep breath and then exhale through the mouth slowly. Take over-the-counter painkillers that also have a fever-reducing effect, such as paracetamol.
If the surgical wound appears to be swollen, red, more painful to the point of irritation, pus, or if accompanied by a high fever, consult a doctor immediately. In order to be examined by a doctor and can be given appropriate treatment according to the cause.
Thus hopefully useful.