The FEM Surgery Scar A Year Ago Is Still Painful Today?
Good evening, I am 18 years old. Last year in June I underwent a Fam surgery, and until now the scar is still painful, so what, I’m afraid if there are other symptoms, please answer, thank you.
Pain that occurs prolonged after surgery (persistent postsurgical pain / PPP) is a complaint of pain that persists after surgery. This prolonged pain is not uncommon, where about 10-50% of patients after surgery have experienced this. This pain can occur due to surgical wounds that cause tension in the skin, muscles, nerves and blood vessels. The occurrence of peripheral nerve damage that cannot be avoided during surgery can also be a cause of prolonged pain. In addition, infectious factors or tissue damage can also cause prolonged pain.
The nerve itself is an organ whose regeneration time runs very slowly, which causes if it is damaged it will take a long time to recover. Stabbing pain, numbness, and tingling can occur due to damage to peripheral nerves during the removal of your fam. Usually this is not dangerous, and can recover but it does take time. But still to ensure the exact cause you can also consult directly with the surgeon who handles your case or you can also see a neurologist if necessary.
May be useful.