How To Deal With Pain After A Cesarean Section?
Doctor’s Night, I am Melati, 27 years old, on November 25, 2019 yesterday I was born with a 3-year Cesar-child operation. The first C-section was on August 1, 2018 … By 2 weeks, I was not sick, I was working at home too It was heavy, but yesterday I had a need to go to Jakarta on 9th. Coming back from a trip to Jakarta, there was quite a lot of pain in my stomach in my former Cesar op section. I was a doctor. I was afraid, what should I do, Doctor? May I take medication for general pain relief Mefenamic Acid ..? Previously it was prescribed from the hospital ..
The onset of pain is one of the most common complications that can occur after a caesarean. Although these symptoms often occur, pain that suddenly becomes severe or arises needs to be watched out because it can be caused by disorders of the former operation such as infection or inflammation.
I strongly discourage you from taking pain medication yourself. Regarding the consumption of pain medication, it can indeed overcome the symptoms, but it does not cure the condition that causes the complaint, and it is feared that the condition will become more difficult and more difficult to handle.
Because your condition has improved enough but is suddenly burdensome, I strongly recommend that you check with your doctor who treats you to ascertain the cause of your complaint and get treatment according to the condition. Your doctor will ask for a history of your complaints, do a physical examination or supporting examinations such as blood tests or ultrasound. Do the examination in order because it can be very important to help the doctor ascertain your condition.
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