Why Is It That After A Caesarean Section 2 Months Ago, Each Rectal Bowel Hurts?
I am Tamara at the age of 19, why is it that every chapter I feel sick after the cesarean operation 2 months ago
Hello Tamara, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
The causes of pain in the anus during bowel movements are quite diverse, such as:
Anal hemorrhoid Anal hemorrhoid perianal abscess Inflammation of the anus (proctitis) and others, as in the possibilities listed in the following article. To find out exactly what causes the emergence of your complaint, it is highly recommended that you see a doctor to get further evaluation of the complaint and your anal area, whether there is an abnormality or not, and also determine whether your complaint is related to surgery or not a caesarean that you lived 2 months ago. If an abnormality is found, the new doctor will advise you to get treatment that is suitable for the condition that you are experiencing right now. Your doctor may also advise you to get further treatment to a specialist in a particular field if needed.
While this time there are some things you can try to do to reduce the pain such as:
Eating more high-fiber foods to help smooth bowel movements and also soften your bowels Drinking enough water every day (at least 8 glasses) Avoiding sexual intercourse through the anus Soaking the anal area in warm water for about 20 minutes, this can be done several times per day Regular exercise Avoid straining too hard If the pain is felt to be very disturbing you can try taking painkillers such as paracetamol or ibuprofen to reduce complaints If there is a lot of bleeding from the anus accompanied by other complaints such as dizziness, shortness of breath, dizzy eyes, and skin becomes pale immediately ask your family to take you to the nearest hospital emergency room Hope it helps.