What Are The Precepts For Kidney Stone Sufferers?
Sorry, I want to ask, I was suffering from kidney stones A month ago I had had kidney stone surgery at a hospital in Korea. Until now I still feel pain in my right abdomen. That’s why huh? Thank you.,
Hello Johan, thank you for asking with HealthReplies.com.
Postoperative pain is a natural occurrence, generally it will be felt a few days or weeks after surgery. However, there is also prolonged postoperative pain that is more than 3-6 months. Postoperative pain will decrease along with the process of wound healing, and the process of wound healing varies from person to person. All depends on the type of surgery performed, the size of the surgical wound, food consumed, physical activity carried out, and others.
Kidney stones are advised to consume foods or drinks that do not irritate the gastrointestinal tract and are not at risk of causing kidney stone formation. Avoid consumption of foods high in uric acid such as beef liver, soybeans, chocolate, chips, pare, organ meats such as: brain, kidney, spleen, and others. Someone with a history of kidney stones should also avoid bottled drinks (except water).
Here are things you can do at home to deal with complaints: consume enough water, avoid smoking, avoid consumption of alcoholic beverages, increase fruit and vegetable consumption, consume drugs that have been given by your doctor, and control regularly.
If the complaint does not improve or the pain is getting worse, then you should do a re-examination with a urologist. The doctor will conduct a short interview, physical examination and additional examination (supporting examination) if needed.
If you feel severe abdominal pain, shortness of breath, then immediately see a doctor
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https://www.HealthReplies.com/infection- wound- surgery
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