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Blood In Urine After Colon Resection Surgery
Had surgery to remove fistula between colon and bladder. Foley taken out yesterday. Are small bits of blood in urine and pain during erection normal?
Urine is the product of the kidneys, which is produced to eliminate the waste products of metabolism, manage body fluid balance, &maintain acid-base balance. The blood is first filtered by the kidneys, and the composition of the resulting fluid is then altered depending on the body's needs. It is composed of mostly water, and breakdown products from blood cells impart ...Read more
Not directly: If there has been surgical trauma to an ureter or bladder there could be some blood in the urine, but the removal of all or part of the colon with re-anastamosis or stoma formation would not cause hematuria. Trauma from Foley placement could cause microscopic or even gross hematuria. Good luck. ...Read more
Cystoscopy surgery on July 9th. Stent put in on left side. Get it removed 27th. Cramp like pain and blood in urine. Normal?
Yes , Could be : Most likely you are passing stone(s), drink plenty of water and speak to your urologist, most likely will call you for follow up care or you take appointment. ...Read more
How much blood in urine is normal after deflux surgery? I went pee and passed some red blood and blood clot about the size of a dime.
Blood after surgery: You just had surgery on your urinary tract. It is expected that you will have some blood and as you heal the amount of blood will decrease. For pain make sure that you use tylenol, (acetaminophen) NOT one of the NSAIDs, as they interfere with ability of platelets to clot. Speak to the urologist to get an average figure but as long as you see it getting lighter that is good! ...Read more
I get a BPH surgery TURP 3 days ago it was successful surgery but there is still blood in urine with bad burn when urinate any risk will I be better?
Bladder neck suspension for SUI surgery 9/9. 9/11 placed foley at ER. 9/
14 blood in urine. Should I be concerned if my urine is red? Urology on 18th.
What should I eat after colon resection surgery? Discharge paper said bland solid food with low fiber. What does it mean? How much? How often?
That's right: Typically, you should take a bland diet with low fiber. The quantity that you should take is usually half of what you would be a custom to eating for a full size meal before your operation. If you have any nausea or vomiting you should stick with liquids for 8 hours before resuming solids. Check with your surgeon to see if there any other special considerations based on your operation. ...Read more
Multiple foci of extramural vascular invasion present .... This was noted after the colon resection surgery. What this mean?
I had a colon resection because of several bouts of diverticulitis. 5 yrs later I have another infection ... Thought surgery was a cure?
What are co mobidities that require a ventilator after a colon resection? If it is fluid build up from surgery why does that happen
I'm having a laparoscopic colon resection surgery on the 25th. I've been on ciprofloxacin hcl 500mg daily. Have pain still any other pills I can take?
Tylenol (acetaminophen) is safe at: Recommended doses.Get a more detailed answer ›
Redundant colon, candidate for elective colon resection. Linzess, miralax no help. Milk of mag or Sennokot 2-3x week helps. Use instead of surgery?
Chronic constipation: Most often, surgery is only considered as a last resort. For some people, having a bowel movement 2 to 3 times per week is normal. If you are able to achieve this using milk of magnesia, then I would not consider surgery at this time. It is always possible to have complications of surgery, and in your situation, it doesn't sound necessary. Fiber and hydration are key. Good luck. ...Read more
Colon surgery:tumor size=2cm. Pathologic staging(pt3, n1b, mx).2/17 lymph nodes show metastatic. Margins of resection free of carcinoma. Need chemotherapy?
Yes: Chemotherapy regimens based on the drug Fluorouracil (5-fu) have been part of the treatment for high-risk stage ii or stage iii colon cancer. Many clinical trials have shown that these regimens improve overall survival primarily by reducing the high risk of recurrence within the first two years after surgery. ...Read more
I recently had a colon resection for stage 0 colon cancer. It was an open surgery w a large scar. I am experiencing dizziness when I stand from siting?
Not really.: Hard stool can sometimes irritate the anastomosis (more common with stapled anastomosis) and could be a source of bleeding. Hemorrhoids can also get inflammed from straining or going to the bathroom more frequently. Your best bet is to see your surgeon. If this was an elective surgery the chances of having a tumor is unlikely as you likely had a detailed examination before. ...Read more
My jp drain fell out was in for about month in half. Colon resection from cancer. Hole is still draining. Blood and pus. Is this normal?
Bleeding: It depends. If it is bright red blood it could be an area of irritation at surgery site or anastomosis, an ulcer, a blood vessel or other complication of surgery. Other conditions unrelated to surgery such as hemorrhoids and diverticulosis can result in bleeding. You need to talk with your doctor to clarify what you are noting. ...Read more
How long to wait for safe colonoscopy after colon resection? Polyp in rectum, blood in stool, no stoma.
I had a colon resection surgery one year ago diagnosed stage 1 colon cancer. I still have bouts of chronic diarrhea. Is this due to the surgery?
What part gone?: Removing the right colon and valve that separates the small bowel from colon sets the stage for bacterial contamination of the small bowel, which leads to diarrhea commonly-can be treated, with good success. Can try a probiotic, e.g. Florastor, and call your doc. Sometimes antibiotic rx needed to reestablish normal balance. If large amount of bowel removed (any location) can give diarrhea. ...Read more
Would 2-3x yr bleeding hemorroids & bloody nose, radiation caused proctitis (APC treated), wet AMD, prior Ileus & ecoli infection (from colon resection) create risk of infection for Total Shoulder Replacement surgery or future joint infection?
Extensive Medical: histories like yours are beyond the scope of what a HealthTap Doctor can helpfully and responsibly manage. If you are needing the procedure, the best sources for your answers are the surgeon, anesthesiologist and your treating physicians. That said, any prior medical issues can frequently interfere with what are generally considered minor procedures so the short answer is yes. ...Read more
Can I eat normally and would live a normal life after a colon resection due to diverticulosis? Does the colon resection have to be done by open surger
Call your Doctor: Please sign off of the internet and get in to see your physician today or by monday. ...Read more
Mucus with blood, Is it possible because of my internal hemorriods? I did a surgery in 2011 to remove them, colons-copy done in 2012
But blood with mucous can also be colitis — infection or inflammation of the colon. All blood should be evaluated. You did not say how much or how often, but this is still active, it is a good idea to have this checked.
Hemorrhoids benefit from Sitz baths, increased fiber, increased fluid intake, so would also add those as a regular regimen. ...Read more
56 y/o female visible blood in urine on/off Cyscoscopy today. Polyps found. Day surgery scheduled. Urologist said he would bet the house not cancer. From experience can he tell if yes or no?
Well: He can guess pretty well but not anywhere close to 100%. Need tissue examined by pathology to be sure. ...Read more
Constant diareaha. Doctor done a lot of stools, blood, urine samples, +viewed both my stomack and colon with a tube. What does a funcional problem mean?
= A Dx of exclusion: When a GI problem is labelled "functional" it means inflammation, infection, & ischemic pathology, as well as motility disorders have been ruled out. Ruled in are conditions that alter how the gut "senses" pain, distension, & the movement of food or residue. The good news then is that there's no bad news, allowing the symptoms you describe to be addressed without concern for missing a bad problem. ...Read more
Hematuria is the presence of blood in the urine. When you can see the blood, it's called gross hematuria. When the blood can only be seen under a microscope it is known as microscopic hematuria. Hematuria can be caused by kidney stones, kidney infections, urinary tract infections, an enlarged prostate, cancer, certain medications, and ...Read more
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