The Infusion Is Still Painful After 2 Months Of Cesarean Section?
Greetings .. introduce my name is Dewa I maw ask .. two months ago my wife underwent a cecar surgery .. when it was about to put the infusion in the left hand the nurse said the blood vessel was broken so it must be replaced to the right hand .. well so the one that was infused was the right one. After two months, the left hand still felt painful and even painful when holding objects..not swollen but like a sprained hand .. in fact, the one that was infused had no pain at the same time .. how do I deal with the pain .. is it dangerous? Please explain .. I thank you beforehand
From the information you have conveyed, the marks of the IV needle after the procedure of the infusion can cause residual pain complaints in the area where they were placed, this can be marked by swelling, blueness, or pain in the area. These complaints can immediately improve in about 3-7 days. So if your wife feels this complaint for up to two months after the infusion is released, then it is possible that the pain complaint is not caused by the former infusion that was removed.
Several other conditions can cause complaints of pain in the associated joint area, such as trauma, heavy loads carried, or carrying your baby because you are not used to it or carrying it for a long time, or maybe because of a condition where the hand is holding suddenly or pushing suddenly which causes pain in the arm area; or when the hand is still sore or inflamed, the hand is burdened with heavy loads, so that recovery is prolonged.
However, all of this needs to be confirmed directly by your family doctor for an examination and evaluation of these complaints. The doctor will provide the necessary care and medication. Furthermore, evaluation of these complaints will be carried out periodically.
To reduce this complaint, warm compresses, muscle stretching exercises, light and gradual massage can be done.
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