The Right Time For Bowel Movements After Hemorrhoids Surgery?
Can a chapter after 6 hours of hemorrhoid surgery? When is the right time for the chapter after hemorrhoids surgery?
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Hemorrhoids or hemorrhoids are dilation of veins around the anus. Symptoms caused by bleeding during bowel movements, with the characteristics of fresh red blood either dripping only a little or a lot or the presence of a mass prolapse during bowel movements. It also can be found symptoms of anemia due to chronic bleeding. Symptoms of anemia such as dizziness, weakness, pale appearance, fatigue, difficulty concentrating, frequent tightness, and so on.
Hemorrhoids can be treated with drugs or minimally invasive measures, but if the size is large enough or does not respond to drugs, hemorrhoidectomy surgery is needed. Postoperatively there are no specific rules for starting a bowel movement, but in general patients can experience symptoms such as not being able to hold bowel movements, itching in the anus, or bleeding from the postoperative anus.
These symptoms will improve within 2-3 weeks postoperatively during the recovery period. Patients are also advised not to straining and as much as possible not to experience constipation, so it is advisable to consume stool softeners to prevent hard bowel movements. In addition, patients are also advised to eat foods high in fiber and engage in mild physical activity in order to expedite the digestive tract.
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