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Constipation After Hemorrhoidectomy
Hemorrhoid surgery is a procedure done to treat enlarged hemorrhoids. There are several variations, depending on the type of hemorrhoids you have, their size, and your doctor's expertise in a particular procedure. Most are done as an outpatient. While the biggest complaint is pain following surgery, newer procedures are able to minimize discomfort and ...Read more
Post hemorrhoidectomy, constipated, severe pain during/after bowel movements, no appetite, nausea/vomit, lethargic, trying to stay hydrated. Ideas?
3weeks: Generally a week out of work.Get a more detailed answer ›
Several: Bleeding, infection, anal stenosis, anal leakage, but all are uncommon. ...Read more
Is it possible that the heavy feeling in my rectum after stapler hemorrhoidectomy is a sign of a prolapsed rectum? What can I do? : (
If you had:
If you had a prolapsed hemorrhoid you would
see a protrusion out of your anus during a mirror examination of your self. Speak to your doctor. ...Read more
Classical hemorrhoid: Means years ago excision of hemorrhoids were very painful and pain lasted for weeks and of course labor pain ends in few hours. But latest staple hemorrhoidectomy has come long way and it is barely painful. ...Read more
3 weeks post hemorrhoidectomy and am still feeling a lot of pressure in that area. Is this normal for this point in recovery?
Indeed. See below.: Hemorrhoid tissue is normal, occupies the wall of the low anal canal, and helps maintain continence of stool and gas. Problems like straining or constipation cause them to become floppy and protrude or bleed. Hemorrhoidectomy removes only the most prominent tissue. If the original cause of the hemorrhoidal problem isn't improved, other hemorrhoid tissue can become symptomatic. Increase your fiber. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hemorrhoid surgery is often a day surgery procedure. It is usually painful for several days after as the area is healing. There may be some mild bleeding or drainage afterward.
Bowel movements may be painful. But once the healing has occurred, the previous problems for which you are having the surgery are gone. ...Read more
I believe I have oral thrush. I just had a hemorrhoidectomy and want to know if it somehow caused it.
Had a hemorrhoidectomy a week ago, still oozing blood and some pain. Is this normal. When can I get back to football and lifting?
Soon but focus heal: You had hemorrhoid surgery and still notice bleeding. You want to get back to regular activity. Make sure you give enough time to heal. Walking and exercise can be fine. Lifting will cause you to bear down and increase pressure in your abdominal cavity, this transmits pressure in the veins in your pelvis do avoid that until cleared by surgeon. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Had hemorrhoidectomy 14 days ago & have dissolvable stitches. Today I noticed clear string coming out of my anal area which I assume are stitches.
Yes: Even when done perfectly, a standard hemmorhoidectomy remained one of the most painful surgeries to recover from. There are new techniques that may lessen the pain somewhat such as the use of ligasure. There is also a new technique called thd which uses a doppler probe to find the source of the problem without an incision and looks to be a promising new technique with minimal post-op discomfort. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No set time.: There are many different ways to do hemorrhoidectomy and recovery time depends on the procedure adopted. In old classical hemorrhoidectomy it used to be long time but the new techniques have cut it very short. Good rule of thumb is when you don't have pain you can resume work. ...Read more
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