Pain After Fish Eye Surgery?
, I’m desti 26 years old, I had fish eye surgery in 2014, but until now the surgery scar I still like to feel pain until it feels painful to walk, I have surgery on the bottom of my middle finger to my little toe, which I I was surprised after the operation that the flesh on the inside of my foot was sticking out, if it was depressed when I walked the pain was severe. There is a medicine that I have to take or take. Thank you
Pain is one of the most common complications after surgery. This pain can persist for months or even years after surgery. Although it is a frequent complication, you should still check the complaint to the doctor to ascertain the cause of the complaint so that appropriate treatment can be given.
As for some of the possible pains to persist after the surgery are as follows:
Nerve injury (neuritis) Ligament injury (connective tissue) Tendon injury (tissue that connects muscle to bone) Damage to bones or joints The release of "flesh" through the opening of a surgical wound can occur due to the healing process or the formation of granulation tissue in the wound. The risk of this condition will increase if a person performs heavy physical activity while the wound is still in the process of recovery.
However, you should check the condition directly to the doctor so that the doctor can ascertain the cause of your complaint so that appropriate treatment can be done. If indeed the condition is caused by the formation of granulation tissue, the doctor will generally recommend a surgical process to cope with the discharge of meat and help reduce the pain complaints that you experience.
The following recommendations for you:
Avoid conditions that can trigger pain Use comfortable and soft footwear to be used Perform medication and control according to doctor's recommendations. Hopefully useful,