Out Of Flesh Accompanied By Bleeding After Hemorrhoid Surgery?
Good morning … I have a question. And please enlighten me … approximately one month ago I underwent hemorrhoid surgery and gave anti-biotic and kaflam drugs … but after a few days the operation appeared again, growing flesh around the anus … according to the surgeon it was a skin tag, indeed on some when the skin tag didn’t hurt, but after the chapter the skin tag got bigger and hurt …. r nMy question … r n1. To reduce pain, I have taken kaflam medicine for about 1 month a day, 2 times a day, is it dangerous. And antibiotics too … I’m afraid that too many drugs will affect other organs r n2. Does the skintag have to be cut again because it is very disturbing … this incident is the same as before the operation … it hurts r n3. 3 weeks after surgery I still bled. At the time of the chapter, but now the bleeding has stopped … but the skintag always flares up at the time after the chapter r nPlease answer..krn the doctor who performed the act was undergoing haj pilgrimage … so no can control until he comes home..thank you
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In response to your first question, regarding the use of Kaflam for up to one month and the use of antibiotics. Kaflam contains Diclofenac Potassium which is used as a pain reliever, reduces inflammation, and mild to moderate postoperative pain. Diclofenac potassium is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) class of drugs. Kaflam has side effects, among others; gastrointestinal disorders causing gastric and duodenal ulcers, heart disease, impaired liver function, mental health disorders, bone marrow suppression, anemia and can disrupt the normal menstrual cycle. Safe use of antibiotics according to doctor's instructions. If you take antibiotics according to the doctor's instructions, there is no problem, but what you need to know is that taking antibiotics also has side effects, including; yeast infection, diarrhea, vomiting, nausea, kidney stones, blood disorders, hearing loss and allergic reactions.
In response to your second question, regarding skin tags after hemorrhoid surgery. Skin tags are flesh growing on the surface of the skin. Skin tags are formed from blood vessels and collagen on the outer layer of the skin. In general, skin tags are not dangerous, but they should be removed if they bother you. There are several ways that doctors can remove skin tags, including; minor surgery, electrical surgery, cryotherapy, and ligation.
In response to your third question, regarding bleeding after hemorrhoid surgery. Your complaint is one of the complications of hemorrhoid surgery, the bleeding can stop on its own or the bleeding will occur continuously, if the bleeding is prolonged and excessive, then you should consult the doctor who treated you before, so that further treatment can be done or seek medical help immediately. Complications that can occur after hemorrhoid surgery include; bleeding or blood clots after bowel movements, loss of control in bowel movements, anal fistula, urinary retention, infection, and narrowing of the anal canal.
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