The Duration Of The Recovery Process After Appendicitis Surgery?
My appendix had ruptured and I also had an infection of the intestinal wall and after surgery the doctor said that my appendicitis was severe and I was also given an interval … almost 1 month I was treated and I was not allowed to eat and drink other than infusion … Sorry what I want to ask 1. is the recovery process takes a long time / no. 2. There is a recommendation for eating cork fish and egg decoction with a fast wound wound. the operation that I felt when the wound inside the palace was like that which pierced the navel and the waist was aching … was this the drying process for the stitches inside?
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Among the most worrying things about appendicitis is its complications. If the appendix is ignored, the inflammation can rupture and pollute the abdominal cavity. In fact, the abdominal cavity should be sterile from germs and when it comes to a condition called sepsis, it can be life threatening.
Regarding your question, the length of time the recovery process will depend on various things, including age, adherence to drugs, nutrition, the presence or absence of other diseases that accompany, the severity, and your body's response to the drug. So in fact to know more accurately whether the recovery takes a long time or not, your doctor must observe you from day to day and see the progress. For this, you can ask the doctor directly treating you.
Then for the benefits of fish cork and egg stew, actually not specifically useful for quickly drying the wound. Everything that has a high protein content, such as tempeh, chicken breast, seafood, milk, cheese, yogurt and beef, can accelerate wound healing and is highly recommended for anyone who is injured, injured or has just undergone surgery to recover the tissue quickly.
Then for complaints of aches and aches, this is natural to be found likely because of muscle injuries that occur during surgery. If you may have heard, there are also many mothers who used to have a cesarean delivery, the scar sometimes still feels achy and painful even for years. In your condition, with you only been treated for a month, it can be understood if the pain still persists. Even so, if it is very disturbing, it is possible that there are abnormalities that must be treated immediately. So our advice, convey this complaint to your doctor when he is visiting.
What is clear, you must be diligent and do not hesitate to ask the doctor who treats you, about your progress, how much longer your estimates still have to be there, what prevents you home, and about the symptoms that you experience while there because of it is the right of you and your doctor who now best understands your situation. By asking, your perception can be likened, and you will also be calmer. So, hopefully answering your question.