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Does Exercise Or Good Diet Keep Adhesions From Forming After Surgery
Adhesions is a condition in which two or more organs or organ surfaces are stuck together. Adhesions are common after surgery or infection, in which the healing response causes scar tissue to connect organs that normally should slide around freely. Adhesions can cause symptoms such as abdominal ...Read more
Dont 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 moreSee 1 more doctor answer
There is no way now: Currently, there is no known way to reduce abdominal adhesions after intra-abdominal operations. There are a variety of films and fluids that can be used during surgery, but there effectiveness is not 100% in terms of how many patients benefit, and how much of a benefit is derived. Walking and moving around is generally a good thing after surgery, and may help as well. Hope this helps! ...Read more
After malrotation surgery and adhesions 1 week ago started vomiting up green today is this a concern?
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Hysterectomy, but ovaries were left. Began to experience severe pain + bleeding after sex. Second surgery to repair cuff + adhesions. It's back! Help.
Scarring: Adhesions are the formation of scar tissue after surgery. This scar tissue can cause abdominal problems, including intestinal blockage. Adhesions can occur with any surgical procedure in the abdomen, including any form of bariatric surgery. Consult with your surgeon on the incidence of this complication. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can you tell me about intestinal adhesions - serious ones - the form after multiple abdominal surgery?
I have no urge to urinate after laparoscopic surgery to remove adhesions and the fallopian tubes, should I be concerned?
Ask your Surgeon: May need to intermittent cath yourself until the urethral swelling abates due to interoperative Foley placed ...Read more
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