Difficulty Farting After 9 Days Of Delivery By Cesarean Section And Puerperal Brown?
HealthReplies.com. Thank you for your time. I have given birth by Caesarean section. 1hr after caesarean can fart. BAB after 3hr later. But now I can’t fart after day 9. After 5hr it hurts when I fart. have pushed, not farting. This 3hr feels amazing in the buttocks. And followed by the discharge of puerperal blood is dark brown instead of red, with a lot of volume. Whereas before there was no blood, there was only one fresh red blob on the 8th day. After that there was no blood. He said the controls and ultrasound were good. But tonight it feels incredible to cry. Why is that? Isn’t that contraction in the stomach? Why do I have a rectal area. Thanks for the explanation. Note: during Caesar, transfusion 2 blood bags.
Thank you for the question.
Pain around the anus, accompanied by difficult bowel movements, may be caused by digestive tract function that has not fully recovered after a cesarean. Due to the anesthetic effect that is used, often, gastrointestinal motility is indeed disrupted, so you can have difficulty defecating and defecating. This condition can make the stool harden, eventually triggering a wound around the anus that causes pain.
Not only that, pain in the anus and difficult bowel movements can also occur due to the effects of drug smaping, anal fissure, hemorrhoids, anal abscesses, intestinal inflammation, benign or malignant tumors around the gastrointestinal tract, hormonal disorders, metabolic disorders, neurological disorders, and many other possible causes.
The discharge of puerperal blood that you experience can naturally be caused by puerperal bleeding that is not yet complete. This condition can also indicate that there is still residual tissue left in the uterus, disruption in the process of blood clotting, tears in the reproductive organs, the influence of drugs or contraception, and many other possibilities. It could also be, actually this blood comes out of the anus, it's just attached to the bandage so as if it came out of your vagina.
If indeed you have gone to the doctor and stated there are no serious conditions, it seems you can be calmer. You can multiply first rest, soak in warm water, improve the cleanliness of your anus, do not overdo heavy lifting, eat and drink healthy, do not like to hold bowel movements, do not worry or stress excessively, and take paracetamol as a pain reliever if necessary. However, if with the following steps your complaint still appears and is very disturbing, immediately check yourself back at the doctor or obstetrician so that you are given the right treatment.
I hope this helps.