The Cause Of Difficult Bowel Movements With A History Of Hemorrhoids?
Noon So, on May 29, I had hemorrhoid surgery after my operation, I didn’t defecate for 3 days. On the fourth day, I defecated and it was bleeding and it wasn’t much like before surgery. Is that normal?
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There are many types of hemorrhoid surgery. But in general, one of the most common residual effects found after surgery is constipation (constipation, difficult bowel movements). This condition is thought to occur due to many factors, such as the effects of residual anesthesia, swelling and spasm of the muscles around the anus, as well as excessive patient fear (for example, fear of pain). With good handling, this condition is often not dangerous and will improve by itself in 1 to 2 weeks.
You can first do the following steps so that your complaint improves:
Drink more water (at least 10 glasses per day)
Eat soft, digestible foods first (at least the first 1-2 weeks after surgery)
Expand also eat fruit and vegetables
Never resist the urge to defecate
Not taking drugs carelessly
Remove excessive fear or anxiety
Do not forget, live post-operative control according to the advice of your doctor or surgeon ..
I hope this helps.