Take Uric Acid Medication After Hernia Surgery?
Good morning .. I represent my uncle. he just finished a few days of intestinal surgery .. 3 days after the intestinal surgery went down, uric acid relapsed .. Can you take uric acid medication with the postoperative medication? thank you ..
Hello Dadank, Thank you for your question on HealthReplies.com
Sorry for the late answer from me, the term descended intestine which you mean is probably a hernia. A hernia is a condition in which a part of an organ or for example the intestine presses or sticks down to a part that is not necessary due to weak muscle walls, causing a lump to appear. Hernias appear due to many things such as frequent hard bowel movements, sudden weight gain, excess weight, prolonged coughing, fluid buildup in the perutsal cavity, often lifting heavy loads, pregnancy. There are many kinds of hernias, but the hernia your uncle is experiencing is likely:
Inguinal hernia, is a condition in which an organ or intestine protrudes into the inguinal or groin section. Femoral hernia, is a condition in which an organ or part of the intestine sticks out into the inner thigh. heal on the abdomen Surgical procedures are the choice for treating hernias. Post hernia surgery, doctors usually give antibiotics and painkillers only. If your uric acid disease has recurred at this time, and you have to take gout medication, you should consult your doctor first, because uric acid drugs can interact with many types of drugs that can reduce the effect of the drug or cause certain side effects.
Several things you can do
Maintain clean operation wounds Routine control Avoid strenuous activities, let alone lifting weights. Eat high nutritious foods, especially vegetables and fruits to help accelerate the healing of surgical wounds. Thank you, hope this is useful. Dr. Nurmarwiyah