The Appendix Surgery Is Painful And The Body Feels Chills?
Assalmualaikum. R nI am a 25 year old unmarried woman. I have had an appendectomy for almost a month and the threads have also been removed. After the last control I made a walk in the shop and was tired and at night my body was a little cheerful. Then the next day I sometimes still feel pain like being pinched and sore .. Is there anything to do with fatigue? Can late meals also affect? Or maybe why? R n r nThank you …
Hi Septi .. Thank you for the question given.
Appendicitis or inflammation of the appendix can occur to anyone and can give complaints such as: pain in the lower right abdomen, fever, nausea, vomiting, bowel disorders. If the results of the doctor's examination feel the need for surgery, surgery can be performed and this can also be done to prevent complications, for example: peritonitis / inflammation of the tissue lining the abdominal wall and internal organs where this inflammation can occur due to the rupture of an inflamed appendix, other complications is the formation of an abscess.
After surgery, it will take approximately 2-3 weeks for you to recover and be able to do your usual activities. But keep in mind also that you should not do strenuous activities first within 1-2 months after surgery. The complaints you experience may occur due to you after strenuous activity. It is better if you eat regularly and eat nutritious food to help the recovery process, get adequate rest, avoid strenuous activities or lift heavy weights, get enough water.
If there are still complaints such as pain in the area of the surgery, festering surgery, fever, then it's a good idea to go back to the surgeon who operated on you. So that the doctor can do a direct examination to see if your complaint is related to the operation that was done or because of other things.
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