How To Deal With Pain Relapsing After KET Surgery, Milky White Vaginal Discharge?
Hello . I want to ask. On July 29 I had a cesarean section for ectopic surgery. Until now, the upper abdomen still hurts and sometimes hurts. and sometimes the right pelvic area hurts but only for a moment is it normal? It’s been three days since I had a milky white vaginal discharge but it didn’t itch and didn’t smell bad. and not many. is that natural. and when can i do papsmir. answer please. thank you ….
Surgery to remove an ectopic pregnancy can be performed by exploratory laparotomy or by laparoscopy. Usually the surgical wound closes well after 4-6 weeks, depending on the operation. If the ectopic pregnancy has been interrupted / ruptured and treated with a laparotomy, it may take longer to heal because the wound is quite large.
Pain that comes from a few weeks to a few months after surgery is usually normal and should not be a cause for concern. This happens because the healing process is still happening. Some people feel a little pain that comes on and off, numbness / numbness, itching around the operation wound for a long time, up to months. As long as it's light and doesn't interfere with activities, it's usually nothing to worry about.
You need to see a doctor if there is severe pain, abnormal discharge from the vagina such as smelly, profuse and yellow, green, gray, or brown in color, fever, bleeding from the wound, severe itching, open stitches or sore sores. fester. White or clear vaginal discharge, a little, odorless, does not cause itching and pain is usually not a cause for concern because it is normal vaginal discharge. But if there are more or more symptoms you should immediately consult your gynecologist.
Currently, you can stay in control according to the specified time and take the medication as instructed by the doctor if any. Pap smear is fine, but you should consult your gynecologist first.
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