Right-sided Headache After A Caesarean?
At noon, last month I just had a second child Caesarean, now after an anesthetic injection up to now my head is often in pain and the syringe feels achy. The question is whether my headaches are due to that or indeed because of the sinuses I have. Besides that, if I want to control what part of the doctor should I control?
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One effect of giving local or partial anesthesia, as is often used during cesarean section, is in the form of headache. Rheumatic pain in your anesthetic injection can also be a natural thing after a cesarean section. Frequently, headaches and rheumatic pain in these injectable scars will improve within 1-2 weeks after surgery, provided you are disciplined to live a healthy lifestyle. However, the busyness of undergoing a new role as a mother often impedes this healing process.
Not only because of the effects of anesthesia, headaches that you feel can also occur due to sinusitis, migraines, tension headaches, cluster headaches, hypertension, viral or bacterial infections, brain tumors, cerebral aneurysms, toothaches, head injuries, drug side effects or contraception, and so on.
If the headache is very annoying, if your anesthetic injection appears to be severely inflamed (swollen, red, painful, runny, festering), or if other complaints appear more severe, such as fever, vomiting, double vision or dark, stiff neck, seizures, and so on, you try to check yourself directly to the doctor or the nearest neurologist in order to be given the right treatment. For cases that are suspected of being serious, the doctor can direct you to undergo further tests, for example x-rays, CT scans, laboratories, MRI, and so on.
At this time, you should first do the following tips:
Feed your baby regularly every 2-3 hours, also breastfeed your milk that is not being breastfed and store it in the right way
Rest while you can, if you are tired and need rest, ask your partner or relatives to help breastfeed your baby with milk that you have previously milked.
Stay away from stress, anxiety, or excessive worry
Always take care of your personal hygiene, including by cleaning your previous anesthetic injection
Compress the anesthetic injection that is rashes with warm water
Eat and drink enough and nutritious
Take paracetamol if your head and rheumatic pain in an anesthetic injection have not improved
Hope this helps ...