Overcome Swelling And Discharge Of Fluid In The Former Hernia Surgery?

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Hello, I’ve had hernia surgery, but there was a debriefing and it came out like water, so what’s this, please explain.

1 Answer:

Hello,

All types of surgery have a risk of complications such as inflammation, infection and bleeding.

Surgical incision scars that experience swelling and discharge can occur as a result of =

Infection. Albumin deficiency inflammation. Less mobilization. Blood vessel disorders. For conditions like this it is highly recommended that you check with your doctor again. With a direct physical test, the doctor can give a clear picture of your condition by determining the best treatment.

Care of the incision is also very important to keep the incision sterile and not infected. Early mobilization / light activity can also help speed healing. Meet your nutritional needs properly for optimal healing.

I hope this helps.

dr. Yusi

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