Intestinal Swelling After Curettage, Does It Need Surgery?
MLm doctor,,rnrnA month ago I had an operation outside the womb,rnAnd after the operation, I had to go to the obstetrics and surgery poly,rnWhen I checked into the obstetrics poly, thank God the stitches were good and I I was reminded again by the doctor to check with the surgical poly, because my intestines were swollen when my fetus was bleeding, they said it had ruptured,rnI guess if I go to the surgical poly, I won’t have another operation, will I be given medicine. because I’m afraid of having another operation,.rnIf my current complaint is in the stomach, it doesn’t hurt, but sometimes I still feel pain in my right hip after being tired and feeling like a spinal rub from anesthesia,rnrnPlease the explanation,rnThank you
Hello good afternoon Vitry.
KET (Interrupted Ectopic Pregnancy) is a condition where fertilization of the egg occurs outside the uterus (usually in the fallopian tubes / fallopian tubes, but can also occur in the abdominal cavity, ovaries / ovaries, and cervix / cervix), this is certainly not normal and will interfere with the process of pregnancy. Delayed treatment of KET will result in heavy bleeding and/or tearing of the implantation site (eg tearing of the fallopian tube).
Regarding your question regarding whether there is a possibility of reoperation, we certainly cannot confirm because it all depends on the complaints and results of the examination of the doctor who treats you. But as long as you don't experience complaints such as severe abdominal pain, high fever, surgical wounds that don't dry up and oozing pus continuously, then you don't need to worry too much. Regarding pain from the injection site of anesthesia / anesthetic in the spine (spinal anesthesia) is a natural thing that happens and will disappear by itself. Therefore, it is recommended that you follow the advice of an OB-GYN specialist for a control over to the surgery poly.
That's all, hope it helps.
Regards, dr. Denisa