Pain After Myoma Surgery?
good afternoon doctor..I want to ask..I have a history of myoma disease..such surgery … my womb has been removed but it still hurts a lot in my lower abdomen..it hurts like I was back … I always take relievers mefenamic acid pain..long how to get well. I am addicted to taking medicine … because the pain comes every day … yesterday myoma surgery stuck to my urinary system … before thank you doctor
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We understand the inconvenience of your complaint
Pain experienced in the lower abdomen after surgery can be caused by adhesions of tissue around the location / former operation. Tissue adhesion is a risk that can occur after surgery. These conditions can trigger pain around the abdominal area that is operated on. Another possibility is infection or an inflammatory reaction in the ex-surgery tissue. Feeling of pain can also occur in surgical suture scars. The pain can be triggered by nerve activity below the surface of the skin due to infection, body movements or friction / trauma with other blunt objects.
Taking pain medications can indeed help reduce symptoms. However, if consumed continuously, the drug has the potential to cause side effects. Long-term consumption of mefenamic acid can cause stomach upset, such as peptic ulcers or inflammation of the stomach.
To find out more precisely related to the cause of the perceived complaint, you should do an examination to an obstetrician for further evaluation. The doctor will conduct an examination starting from the history taking of the symptoms felt, direct physical examination and supporting examinations with ultrasound, x-rays and CT scans. The doctor will provide medical considerations regarding appropriate treatment based on clinical findings of symptoms and other investigations carried out. Taking anti-pain medication alone can only help to relieve pain without treating the cause. Therefore, a more complete examination can help assess the cause and appropriate treatment.
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