Post-biopsy Pain Management In Lupus Patients?
what drugs should be taken to reduce post biopsy with a diagnosis of lupus.
A biopsy is a procedure used to assess for abnormalities in body tissues. Several types of biopsy that can be done:
Needle biopsy Excisional biopsy Preoperative biopsy etc.
The results of the biopsy can be seen after a few days of examination. After the biopsy procedure, it will certainly leave pain in the area where the biopsy procedure was performed. Medicines to reduce pain vary depending on how severe the pain is and the cause of the pain. To reduce pain, over-the-counter drugs that can be used are paracetamol at a dose of 3-4 times / day.
However, if the post-operative pain you are experiencing is still felt after taking the drug, then painkillers with stronger effects are needed. Therefore, it's a good idea to consult your doctor first for the selection of painkillers, especially if your condition is diagnosed with lupus.
Here are some tips that can be done to reduce pain:
Limit excessive activity and get enough rest. Drink plenty of water. Consume nutritious foods, especially fruits
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dr. M. Rizki