The Cause Is A Lump In Pain That Spreads To The Back In The Former Caesarean Section?
Good afternoon, I am 28 years old, I have complaints in the abdomen, I used to have a sergeant operation at the birth of my child, 2 weeks after a cesarean operation on the edge of the former around the operation felt like there was a lump and it hurt so much that it spread to my back, after I did the ultrasound, the lump wasn’t visible. please enlighten me. what is the cause of the lump, and what drug advice should I buy, to get rid of the lump and the pain, I say thank you
Thank you for the question.
Sensation such as a lump on the edge of a cesarean section is usually reasonable due to a lump of fat or scar tissue that is not dangerous. Indeed, these lumps are usually less elastic, so that it can cause pain when you make excessive movements in the abdominal area, for example when lifting heavy loads, bending for too long, also going up and down stairs excessively.
If the doctor's examination found no obvious lumps, chances are you don't have to worry too much about the complaint. In order for the pain and sensation of the lump to improve, try to do the steps below:
Compress the painful area with warm water
Always keep yourself clean
Don't wear clothes that are too tight, especially if the material is rough
Avoid using high heels
Get plenty of rest
Don't press on areas that are painful or like excessive cuffed
Do not also carelessly take or apply any medicine without doctor's advice
Eat more regularly, drink more, exercise regularly, get enough sleep, don't make it a habit of holding back bowel movements, also live a healthy lifestyle
If abdominal pain does not improve after undergoing the above steps, or if it appears clearly a lump in the abdomen that is getting bigger, it never hurts to go back to your doctor or a specialist in internal medicine. It is feared, these pains and bumps do arise due to a disease, such as myoma, cyst, infection, other tumors in the abdominal cavity, hernias, etc., which require special treatment.
Hope this helps ...