Stomach Pain After Uterine Sterile Surgery?
Immediately, yes, 6 days ago I did a mow (sterile kb) through a laparscopy. what I want to ask is why it has been a few days since the operation that I often feel abdominal pain that is very like a tonic (from the surgery to the gut). I think my stomach acid has risen, I tried to take ulcer medication but it doesn’t really affect it, please answer, thank you.
First of all, I'd like to thank you for posting a question on HealthReplies.com. I will try to help answer your question,
You need to know beforehand that tubectomy is a permanent contraceptive procedure by cutting the fallopian tube which functions to connect the uterus to the ovaries. Because the tubectomy procedure is performed surgically, of course there are some side effects that can be experienced. One of the complaints that are often experienced after surgery such as,
1. Pain in the surgical wound
2. Abdominal pain or cramps
4. Feeling tired
Therefore, with those of you who just had the surgery 6 days ago, of course, the pain in the abdomen which was the part that was just operated on is still within normal limits. However, usually these complaints will usually decrease over time. If indeed the pain you experience in your stomach is getting worse, you should do control again with the doctor who has performed the tubectomy on you. The doctor will usually do a detailed examination of your surgical wound and perform a tambhanal examination such as ultrasound if needed.
Here are some tips to reduce your complaints,
1. Keep the surgery wound on your stomach clean
2. Use clothes that are comfortable, thin and not tight
3. Eat foods that are high in nutrients, especially high in protein to accelerate healing
4. Avoid strenuous activities such as lifting weights
5. Get checked by a doctor if the pain is getting worse
Pay attention to the following danger signs, if experienced, you should immediately go to the emergency room at the nearest hospital,
2. High fever
3. Abdominal pain that gets worse in the operation area
5. Discharge from the surgical wound
Here are the articles you can read,
https://www.HealthReplies.com/tubectomy-this-that-you- should- know
So much information that we can convey, hopefully this information can be useful to resolve your complaint.
dr. Radhianie Djan, BmedSc