Doctor insights on:
Bleeding After Surgery
Depends: There are very many factors that go into post-surgical bleeding. What surgery was performed? Where is the bleeding? Are there any medications or medical conditions that may promote the bleeding? Some bleeding may be very simple to control by applying direct pressure. Other bleeding may improve with medications or transfusions, while some may require return to the operating room. ...Read more
My dad 77 yr old, heavy bleeding after surgery on prostate. Is packing of the prostate will be effectively to stop the bleeding? Thanks.
Am i at increased risk of post-operative bleeding after surgery if pre-surgery biopsy cause uncontrolled artery bleeding? Find the cause or early surg
Seek information: You need to discuss this with your physician and surgeon. This may have just been an unfortunate occurrence which is always a risk with needle or incisional biopsy , albeit slight. Alternatively , there could be an underlying platelet or blood disorder which contributed to your bleeding. Your doctors can help you sort this out. Communicate your concerns to them. ...Read more
yes: Yes, it is common to have bleeding after prostate surgery. The key thing to do is to drink plenty of water to prevent the blood from clotting. If you are concerned about the bleeding, please call your doctor or visit the nearest emergency room to receive further evaluation and treatment. ...Read more
What is the best way to predict whether or not someone will have a bleeding tendency after surgery?
What's the best way to predict whether or not patients will have a bleeding tendency after surgery?
Is that pissible ovarian bleeding after lap surgery forms a 5cm cyst in a few mts? If so, is this going away or do I need any treatment?
Unlikely/Depends: I'm not sure what the lap surgery was for, but unless it was ovarian it should not cause a cyst and even the that would be EXTREMELY rare. Why do you know about the cyst? When was it during your cycle? Is it causing symptoms? These are just some questions that come to mind. The cyst needs to be evaluated and may go away on it's own, be followed to ned treatment. But, its not from the surgery. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not likely: But consult your surgeon, just to make sure. ...Read more
- Talk to a doctor live online for free
- Bleeding after colon surgery
- Bleeding after cataract surgery
- Tonsillectomy bleeding after surgery
- Ask a doctor a question free online
- Bleeding after endometriosis surgery
- Bleeding after brain surgery
- Bleeding after hernia surgery
- Internal bleeding after surgery
- Bleeding after hemorrhoid surgery