Headaches Accompanied By Nausea And Vomiting After Brain Tumor Surgery?
afternoon, my mother on Thursday 27-27-2020 had performed a neurosurgery operation related to a tumor in the brain, on the day after the operation (had returned home) he felt headaches and nausea and vomiting, why is that? u0026nbsp;
Thank you for the question.
Surgery on the brain is basically a procedure that involves the structure of the brain from both the inner and outer layers. The brain is coated with fluid-filled layers as a brain pad, and if brain surgery is performed, then this layer system will be 'disturbed' and the pressure on the brain layers and pads can change, thus causing symptoms of side effects after surgery, such as pain head and vomiting. In addition, there are other side effects after surgery, such as balance disorders, or constipation caused by low physical activity after surgery and drugs taken after surgery.
These side effects are natural that can be treated with medications such as painkillers, eating and drinking that are nutritious and contain fiber, or you can consult a doctor who treats your mother about medications that can be used to effectively reduce headaches and vomiting. . You must be vigilant if the symptoms do not improve for several days with additional treatment or your mother experiences symptoms such as frequent drowsiness, difficulty moving arms or legs or head, memory problems, such as confusion, fever, very sensitive to light, and seizures, which indicate the mother You must immediately be taken to the doctor.
The following additional recommendations that can be done after surgery on the brain:
Perform and increase the intensity of the activity slowly. Do not drive for a few moments, consult your doctor when you can drive. Avoiding activities that involve lifting heavy objects or straining when defecating. Routinely treat wounds properly and correctly. Hopefully this information is useful and that your mother will recover quickly.