Is Menstruation Dangerous?
In the month of August 2018 I had an ovarian tubal abscess surgery after I had lots of menses every day for the first 4 days.
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Tubo Ovarial Abscess (ATO) is a suppurating inflammation that occurs in the ovaries and / or fallopian tubes on one side or both sides of the adnexa. Treatment can be in the form of antibiotics and if necessary continued laparotomy, unilateral SO, or removal of all internal genetal organs.
Each procedure has its own risks and complications. Some of the risks that can occur shortly after surgery are:
Cessation of intestinal peristalsis (paralytic ileus). Pus buildup in the body's organs (abscesses). Infection of the surgical wound. Opened stitches in the abdominal wall. Formation of a hole in the digestive tract (enterocutaneous fistula / ECF). Bowel obstruction. Bleeding Excessive menstruation that you experience can be caused by effects after surgery, or can be caused by other diseases, such as ovarian cysts, myoma, uterine polyps, PCOS, stress, blood clotting disorders, and sexually transmitted diseases. If this bleeding continues, and affects your activities, I suggest you to consult your obstetrician and gynecologist who operated on you before, so that a thorough examination can be carried out, such as questions and answers, vital signs, physical ex-surgery examinations, examination of equipment genital, and supporting examinations if necessary such as routine blood laboratory tests, ultrasound, so that treatment can be given according to your diagnosis.
As for the things you can do right now are:
Keeping the scars clean and dry Do not touch or scratch the scars using non-sterile hands Avoiding stress Consuming nutritious food Adequate rest Not doing activities that are too heavy Thus the information I can give, hopefully can help you.