How To Cope With Pain After Installation Of A Tube To Block The Urinary Tract?
Hello WR WB u003cbr u003eGood night … u003cbr u003e I have a new sodara operating on a hose installation in the kidney duct area to the bladder in both channels because there is a blockage or the channel has a narrowing, my sodara in the operation has only been running for half a month and often has an operation to insert a hose in the kidney duct area to the bladder in both channels because there is a blockage or the channel has a narrowing, my sodara in the operation has been running for half a month complaining with extreme pain and even bothering to eat because of nausea and sleep often due to insomnia due to pain experienced
Hello Andzar, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
The pain that arises after the installation of a tube for a blockage in the urinary tract (ureter) can indeed be felt and indeed the pain can be felt on a moderate to severe scale.
To overcome this pain and nausea, generally doctors who do the installation will provide medicines to help relieve pain and maybe some other drugs needed while the tube is still installed in the ureter.
If your brother has received treatment but it does not help, it is better to bring your brother back to the urologist who installed the hose for evaluation, whether to require additional medication or not and whether the installation of the hose continues because the length of the installation of the hose all depends on each each patient's condition, so that the recommended length of installation by a doctor has been adjusted to the narrowing conditions experienced, if the release is done less than it should be, of course there is a risk of recurrence of urinary flow disorders again.
In the meantime, consume medicines that have been given by the doctor in accordance with his recommendations and check with your doctor to re-evaluate your brother's condition.
I hope this helps.