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Abdominal Scar Tissue Removal Surgery Recovery
Numerous surgeries in abdomen area 4 surgeries ago they had to scale my mothers bowels due to scar tissue. Now having wieght loss extreame pain?
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Tlh a week back with c-section scar tissue removal, lot of pain near the c-section scar and abdomen, is it normal? When can I feel full recovery
Hysterectomy: Generally we say 50% recovery at 2 weeks with more complicated laparoscopic hysterectomy. Usually the post operative pain is much better after 1 week. You need to check with your surgeon as increasing pain is a sign of a problem, especially if there are any other issues with bladder, bowels or fever. ...Read more
Few weeks: It depend how much scar tissue were taken out, it take about 4 -12 weeks. ...Read more
What is long term outcome of removal of a large portion of the pericardium? Could stiffening, scar tissue not be evident until surgery for a window?
Depends on disease: Pericardial window, done for varieties of causes from ca, for trauma, heart & liver problems etc, to prevent life threatening taponade of heart. So the out come depends on etiology. Most of the time out come will be good, could recur, scar will contract (constrictive pericarditis) heart can herniate are all rare complications. ...Read more
Rare: Depends on how the surgery was performed. Laparoscopic gallbladder surgery very rarely leaves any scar tissue. Open gallbladder surgery can cause more scar tissue, but it usually is fairly minor and rarely would cause intestinal blockage or pain. You may need to see a gastroenterologist for evaluation. ...Read more
I've had ACL surgery and now scar tissue removal but still don't have full range of motion. What is recommended?
Need more info: Loss of motion after acl recon is a known problem that at times can be quite challenging to treat. Each case is unique and has to be carefully evaluated individually for each patient. In general treatment options include physical therapy, dynamic bracing, and further surgery to revise the acl recon. Discuss this at length with your surgeon and if you are not happy with the answers get 2nd opinion. ...Read more
2.2cm or 22mm by 1.9cm or19mm stone in bladder (urinary) can be broken by laser or need surgery if so recovery time how much scar tissue Thank you.
Probably it can: Be broken with mechanical like jackhammer type devices especially if stone is formed from hard minerals like calcium oxalate. Laser or ultrasound would be powerless to break stones like rock. Your urologist will be able to tell you how to go in if surgery or cystoscope. ...Read more
No good way:
Doctors have tried for years to discover a way to prevent adhesions (scar tissue) in the abdomen because there can be many long term problems from them. There is no magic bullet. The main goal is for the operating surgeon to minimize trauma to the tissues, avoid inflammation, etc. Still, the majority of adhesions will not cause problems.
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Why scar tissue?: Scar tissue by itself doesn't usually cause pain. Have you ruled-out other causes of the pain? Ulcers? Gastritis? Pancreatitis? A retained bile duct stone? Incisional hernia? If no other cause can be found it might be due (indirectly) related to scar tissue if the scar was pinching your bowel or bile ducts.... Surgery could help to cut the scars but only after no other cause is found. ...Read more
Cyst removal by laser surgery result hard scar tissue and biger bumps after 2 weeks, doctor says it is scar tissue and go automatically, what can I do?
Will get better: With time. Please give it time to heal ...Read more
I got ACL surgery a year ago and I needed a manipulation 4 months later then 5 months later got a scar tissue removal. When I walk my knee catches. Y?
Possible causes in--:
More scar tissue. Or another problem which you've had, in addition to the acl issue.
Knee cap issues are very common in young girls and women.
Are you having pain at all or is it just catching sensation?
With no pain, I would suggest see how things go, and do nothing surgically but do pt.
With pain, either get a 2nd opinion.
Another possibility may be a referred pain from back or hip area. ...Read more
I had knee arthroscopic surgery removal of scar tissue under the patella. Did a squat in pt and felt a painful pop in the back of knee. Help explain?
Bakers cyst?: Pain in the back of the knee after arthroscopic surgery can be quite a few things but a common cause is a Baker's Cyst. This is excess swelling in the back (posterior) part of the knee that can occur after surgery. A deep squat can cause the cyst to rupture creating the sensation of a pop. It can cause calf pain. See your medical provider to rule out blood clots and other issues first. ...Read more
What could be wrong I did a squat and felt a loud excruciating pain in my knee I just had arthroscopic knee surgery for scar tissue removal under knee?
See below: Could be related to post op fluid in knee or possibly re-injury. See your surgeon if you still have pain after one week. ...Read more
How long would it take for scar tissue from an open appendix removal take to start causing abdomen pain?
100%: Scar tissue is how we heal, however you will probably never know you have it. ...Read more
Don't worry: We always heal with scar formation. Adhesions are sheet like scars that span across the abdomen. In many cases you have them for yeas and never are bothered by them. The risk is one of these bands wrapping around your intestine and strangling it. In that case you will have intense abdominal pain an distention. It likely will never happen but check any abdominal pain greater than normal cramps ...Read more
I had keyhole surgery to remove cyst, endometriosis and scar tissue 6 weeks ago how long until I'm fully healed inside?
Already healed: 4-6 weeks is ample time for effective scar formation. ...Read more
My daughter had. Surgery yesterday to remove lesions and scar tissue. She has Pancreatitus and is on a pick line to eat. How long to eat?
My ortho Dr has advised me during Arthrolysis surgery he had to move my MCL in order to reach scar tissue, thus it needs time to heal...is this common?
I had septoplasty surgery a week ago and the incision seems to be open. Will the scar tissue fill it in or do I need to go back and stitch it back up.?
Can't be re stitched: You cannot be re stitched however good idea to go back to doctor for exam ...Read more
I have a hard mass at midriff, I was told years ago that it was scar tissue built up from my gallbladder surgery, it is painful sometimes. Is there anything to help this?
Some options...: Depending on the type, pattern and location of the scar, many options are available. This ranges from pressure therapy, injection of steroids, ablative fractionated co2 laser, pulse dye laser. These modalities are meant to improve the quality of the existing scars such that excision is not required. For your specific situation, please schedule an appointment with a plastic surgery specialist. ...Read more
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