Chocolate Fluid Comes Out After Appendicitis.?
Good afternoon, I renita on 16 April I had appendicitis, and after my operation the doctor who treated me took leave and entered on the 27th and said. when I open the bandage, it turns out that the infection is taking too long before changing the bandage, it has to be 3 to 6 days, changing the bandage, and the fluid that comes out is really high until now it still comes out, the doctor said. the danger is not because I am still afraid even though the wound is dry but the liquid hasn’t arrived but I have to change the bandage and I still give antibiotics too, so that it’s not severe but I’m still afraid.
Good afternoon Renita, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Any operation, indeed, generally does not wait for more than 3 days for its first control. As for the case you are asked to return after that long, maybe the intention is to release the thread or the last control, so there may be a misunderstanding in communication.
So far, your steps to go directly to the emergency room are correct, because an abdominal cavity infection is actually not a trivial thing. Actions of appendicitis sometimes must be done immediately the aim is precisely to avoid an infection in the abdominal cavity because if left unchecked, the results can be fatal.
Handling given in the condition of infection include cleaning the wound, and giving antibiotics to kill bacteria that have continued to infect. In your current condition, what is important for you to do is just make sure the bandages are always replaced and the medicine taken regularly as directed, and immediately return control to the doctor who operated on you. To help recovery, multiply the consumption of protein-rich foods and drinks such as eggs, milk, cheese, yogurt, beef and chicken breast. So, hopefully answering your question /