How To Deal With Postoperative Laparoscopic Pain?
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A history of laparascopy and tubal binding indicates a process of blocking blood flow at the binding site.
With this binding method, the blocked blood vessels cause complaints of dull pain in the related area, so that you feel an uncomfortable sensation in your right abdomen. And the average pain complaint can last about 1-3 weeks.
Therefore, if after 6 weeks these complaints of pain are still there, it may be caused by other possible surgical procedures. Or you should consult with your doctor regarding pain complaints that last up to 6 weeks. Thus, the doctor can evaluate the results of laparoscopic and tubal ligation procedures that have been done and provide information regarding your complaint.
All you need to do during this recovery period is avoid physical fatigue, avoid anxiety, and get enough rest to recover your physique.
That is the information we can convey, also read tubal lugation.