It Still Hurts After 2 Weeks Of Hemorrhoids Surgery?
Good afternoon .. How long does the recovery process for hemorrhoids surgery huh and why it still hurts a lot after 2 mg post operation
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Hemorrhoids or hemorrhoids are conditions of blood vessels that are located at the end of the digestive system or called the rectum and anus. This condition is characterized by a lump protruding from the anus, a lump feeling when sitting, bleeding stools, pain in the anal area and mucus discharge.
So far, there is no known exact cause why someone can experience hemorrhoids. But among the factors that can influence it are:
Frequently lifting heavy loads Having a history of previous hemorrhoids Having a history of prolonged diarrhea Constipation Old age Having anal sex Too often sitting for a long time
If you have reached a certain level of severity, there is no other way to deal with hemorrhoids other than surgery. Regarding your question, postoperatively, especially after all the anesthetic effects have disappeared, the pain that can be caused can be very unusual. But how long this lasts, can vary depending on the ability of each person to recover and follow the doctor's advice. Like for example, if you are not yet allowed to push but you push, there could be an open wound and it will cause healing for longer.
However, if you feel that your complaint is not getting better, in addition to abnormalities in recovery, there can also be infections, tearing wounds, and loose stitches that can prolong the recovery process. Our advice, you should check your condition again with the doctor who treats you to be seen further, whether there are abnormalities that require further treatment.
Meanwhile, multiply drinking water, avoid excessive straining, multiply eating vegetables and fruits, as well as protein-rich foods such as eggs, milk, cheese, yogurt, beef, chicken breast and salmon to accelerate tissue healing, don't lift heavy weights and consume drugs pain relievers or anti-inflammatory which are sold freely by reading the rules of use listed. So, hopefully answering your question.