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J pouch surgery recovery?

Depends: Depends on laparoscopic or open. Also depends if any peri-op complication. If all goes well, hospital stay can be from 3 to 7 days. Most pts are doing normal activity in 1-2 weeks but takes good 2-3 months to fully recover. ...Read more

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Appendix recovery time after surgery?

Appendix recovery time after surgery?

2-4 weeks: It depends on how bad the inflammation was, laparoscopic or not?, how long you waited prior to surgery. Whether there was perf or not? Still, in most cases you will go home in 1 -2 days, be in pain the first week, sore the second and then return to activities the 3rd or 4th week. I know a surgeon who had it out and was back at work the next day. Depends on how u deal with pain. ...Read more

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Navicular surgery recovery, what to do?

Navicular surgery recovery, what to do?

See below: You need to follow your surgeons advise and post op plans to ensure your maximum recovery ...Read more

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How long is the recovery for MCL surgery?

How long is the recovery for MCL surgery?

Mcl knee injury: Length of recovery time depends upon whether there are other associated structural injuries. Isolated grade 1 or 2 MCL tears r treated effectively non operatively, typically recovering fully within 6- 10 weeks. Surgical MCL repairs of grade 3 tears will take 10-16 weeks. If patient also has injured their Acl or post lateral corner recovery will take 4-6 months, ...Read more

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Hydrocele surgery recovery time, what to do?

Hydrocele surgery recovery time, what to do?

Ask your surgeon: Recovery depends somewhat on size of hydrocele. Best to wear tight or Lycra underpants for compression. Be a couch potato for a week or so. No tennis, basketball or football during that time. Rest will aid recovery ...Read more

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Does drinkng slow down recovery from surgery?

Does drinkng slow down recovery from surgery?

Alcohol: Yes, drinking alcohol will slow down recovery from surgery. Period. ...Read more

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How long is the recovery for sesamoid surgery?

How long is the recovery for sesamoid surgery?

Varies: Depends on the complexity of the surgery and how quickly you heal. Usually 8-12 weeks. ...Read more

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How much can stress affect recovery from surgery?

How much can stress affect recovery from surgery?

Difficult to know: Stress does affect human physiology in ways too numerous to fully understand. Going into surgery with a good feeling that your surgeon is compassionate and caring generally provides a sense of calmness. Communication after the procedure to discuss the results and care necessary for full recovery also provides the patient with connection to the physician, which helps the mind & body recover better. ...Read more

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How long is recovery from plantar release surgery?

How long is recovery from plantar release surgery?

Relatively short: Recovery from a plantar fascial release is relatively short. If performed endoscopically (through a scope). You can walk immediately after surgery in a cam walker (removal cast-like boot). Usually, you can resume normal activity gradually at about 4 weeks. ...Read more

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I am having surgery. What happens in recovery room?

I am having surgery. What happens in recovery room?

Monitoring.: In the recovery room, nurses led by an anesthesiologist monitor you as you come out from anesthesia. Any pain you perceive will be controlled with IV medication, & you may continue to receive fluids through an iv. For outpatient surgeries, all ivs & catheters are removed, & they make sure you can tolerate oral intake & pain is controlled before you go home. For inpatients stays, you are admitted. ...Read more

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What's the recovery time for metatarsalgia surgery?

What's the recovery time for metatarsalgia surgery?

It depends: On how extensive the surgical procedure is, and how many bones are operated on and what time of fixation (plates, pins, screws) are used. Talk to an experienced foot surgeon for a more specific answer for your need. Bone typically needs 6 weeks to heal enough to return to most normal everyday activities. ...Read more

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How long it will take for recovery from hydrocele surgery?

How long it will take for recovery from hydrocele surgery?

Longer in adults: 1 - 2 weeks for an adult. Depends upon how large the hydrocele pre-operatively and whether pressure dressing &/or athletic supporter was used & physical activity post-operatively. Children recover recover much quicker & in a few days; less time the younger they are. ...Read more

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What is the recovery time after surgery for diverticulitis?

What is the recovery time after surgery for diverticulitis?

Elective? Emergency?: Surgery for diverticulitis may be performed emergently (to treat an active episode) or electively (to prevent future episodes). In the former situation, one may be quite ill and the operation is usually "open" with a colostomy, all leading to a prolonged convalescence. When elective, this is usually laparoscopic and w/o a stoma; people are home in 2-3 days and back to work in 2-3 weeks. ...Read more

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What does the recovery involve after de Quervain's surgery?

What does the recovery involve after de Quervain's surgery?

Depends: Every surgeon has his protochols but I usually splint for two weeks leaving the fingers free to use. Then splint removed and back to activities as tolerated. Pt very seldom. ...Read more

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How long does it take to recovery from perforated apendictis surgery?

How long does it take to recovery from perforated apendictis surgery?

10 - 30 days: Recovery would be based on surgical technique. If done laparoscopically you would usually be released to full activity in 10-14 days. If done via incision, you'd probably be restricted from full activity for 4-6 weeks. Either way, an extended hospital stay of 3-5 days would probably be necessary in the immediate post op period. Good luck. ...Read more

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How long is the recovery for the surgery to correct hirschsprung's disease?

How long is the recovery for the surgery to correct hirschsprung's disease?

Depends: A lot depends upon the technique. Some surgeons will do colostomy followed by a pull through at a later date. A pull through removes the diseased colon and allows the enervated intestine to function normally. If a trans anal pull through is done, normal bowel function ocurrs in several days with advancing to normal diet and discharge home. ...Read more

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What is the perfect time for recovery time required after hydrocele surgery?

About a month: Depends on the absolute approach and technique, but you should be fully recovered and functional by 4 weeks. Your surgeon can give you specific restrictions and expectations, and is your best source for this question. Good luck. ...Read more

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What is the recovery time and success rate of mechanical pleurodesis surgery?

What is the recovery time and success rate of mechanical pleurodesis surgery?

95+%: Probably 2-3 mo. Till you can fly commercial or go >8000 ft. In the mountains Every Surgeon has his opinion so ask yours ...Read more

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What can I expect during the recovery from surgery for removal of a spermatocele?

What can I expect during the recovery from surgery for removal of a spermatocele?

SPERMATOCELE: A few days of soreness and swelling/bruising. This is an uncommon operation as many of them are assymptomatic. ...Read more