How To Increase Body Weight After Kidney Stone Surgery?
after surgery for kidney stones, I am already thin from 65 kg, now so 45 then what should I do to make my body fat again
Hello, good morning Suryati Imam ..
When did you undergo kidney stone surgery? Unfortunately, information about how long it took for the 20 kilograms to drop is not clearly stated. A weight loss of 20 kg is certainly a very large reduction, especially if it occurs over a short period of time. Before rushing to try to increase your weight back, it is more important to do is to find out the cause of the weight loss you are experiencing. Drastic weight loss can be caused by various causes, including:
diabetes (diabetes) chronic infection, for example due to tuberculosis (TB), HIV, etc. thyroid dysfunction (hyperthyroidism) suffering from malignancy suffering from disorders of the digestive system, depression and so on. Kidney stone surgery itself has no direct correlation with weight loss. However, in general, rapid postoperative weight loss can occur, for example due to: changes in your diet after surgery, experiencing secondary infections after surgery, or stress or frustration after surgery that changes your appetite.
We suggest that you first check your health condition with a specialist in internal medicine, to find out the cause of the weight loss you are experiencing. The doctor will do more questions and answers about your complaint and perform a physical examination to help make a diagnosis. If needed, the doctor may advise you to perform a variety of additional tests, such as blood lab tests, urine lab tests, X-rays, ultrasounds, or even CT scans, depending on which direction your diagnosis is suspected. After the diagnosis of the cause of the complaint you are experiencing is known and handled, then usually your weight will gradually improve. An internal medicine doctor may also refer you to a nutritionist to help plan a diet or diet to increase your weight.
That's all, hope this helps ...