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The Best Foods To Eat After Appendix Surgery
I had an appendix surgery two years back. Since then, I havebeen unable to digest properly meat and fatty foods. I vomitwhenever I eat. What should I do?
Biliary disease: Vomiting after eating fatty foods could be a symptom of biliary disease. Appendectomy patients carry a small increased risk and incidence of biliary disease compared to patients without a prior appendectomy, about 15%. Okay to get evaluated by your regular doc, ask for RUQ ultrasound to access your gallbladder for stones, a tech hida can help if us is normal. Good luck.See 2 more doctor answers
The appendix is a piece of tubing located at the bottom of the colon on the right lower part of the abdomen. It has no known function in modern humans, but was thought to possibly be a type of extra stomach back in our cavepeople days. Currently it's only purpose is to get infected ...Read more
2 years back I had appendix surgery after that I am unable to digest fatty foods and meat I vomit mostly whenever I eat.
Unrelated: You had an appendectomy two years ago. You cannot eat fatty foods and you vomit when eating meat. They are coincidental but most likely unrelated. Perhaps you should see your doctor for a referral to the gastroenterologist. You should record every meal what you eat and how long after eating that you vomit. Also note you weight loss.See 1 more doctor answer
Yes, usually fine: Eating eggs is totally permissible for those that do not have an appendix, if it was removed for acute appendicitis. On rare occasion, undiagnosed intolerance or allergy to eggs can result in a misdiagnosis of appendicitis. In this case, the symptoms (abdominal pain, diarrhea) will persist after appendectomy, since the allergy is in the intestinal tract. If this is the case, see an allergist.
I'm having non greasy food, no signs of pain till now. Its been 2 weeks since my gallstone n appendix surgery. But today I had a blackis stool.
I told you about my condition what all I was going through after my appendix surgery. Now I am able to eat in a better way and from 1 year continuously I was having puss cells in urine first I had 80-90 wbc then 30-40 and now its stuck to 8-10 or 10-20 b
Not bad: That not bad, I think your doctor, and surgeon, has to make sure that you do not have any abnormal communication between your bowel and your bladder. it is getting better which mean it is closing, but if persisted you might need to have a cystoscopy, which is as cope to the bladder, to find out why you still have WBC in your urine
I recently had an appendix surgery 2week ago what can I eat to stop loose stools and belly pains my belly is bloated I pass fart and poop with no pain?
Depends: If your appendix is not ruptured, you should be able to go home the next day. If ruptured, you will likely require multiple days of IV antibiotics and days in the hospital. Some patients, if done laparoscopically and their appendix is not ruptured, can go home the same day.See 1 more doctor answer
No.: An appendectomy is one of the most common and straightforward operations performed by general surgeons. The risk of surgery is primarily related to the overall health of the patient. With acute appendicitis, the appendix, by definition, is "infected". Therefore, most complications are related to one's response to infection. Most people are home in a day-or-two and back to normal in a few wks.See 1 more doctor answer
Get well and go home: Appendix surgery is one of the most commonly performed surgery, considered relatively low risk surgery, that will prevent catastrophic complications. You will have slight pain for couple of days, with early diagnosis and laparoscopic surgery you will go home next day (most of the time)
I supposedly have an intussuscepted appendix. Surgery has been offered, but I don't know what to do. Any recommendation?
Surgery: Intussusception in adults may be caused by a tumor (e.g. Tumor at the tip of the appendix acts as a lead point that causes it to intussuscept). No surgery is without a risk, but if there are no contraindications to surgery with general anesthesia, it is an indicated procedure in this case. The tumor, if present, may be too small to be detected by imaging studies.See 1 more doctor answer
Post op: Depends on your surgeons preference. Most say 4-6 weeks before strenuous physical activity. Better ask the surgeon for sure though
Leave it alone: The glue will fall off naturally in 10-14 days in the shower. It's nothing but super glue
No relationship --: -between the 2. By tummy you need 2 B a little more specific. Pot belly or layer of fat outside of the abdominal muscles. Also did you have this prior 2 the appy? Core strengthening will tone the abdominals, but the outer layer is genetically driven. You can't target it if it's just poor tone core strength will tighten it up but it takes a lot of work in the gym or @ home.See 1 more doctor answer
After appendix surgery, doing intance activities could you develope having hernia? How can you tell if you have hernia or not?
Laparoscopic surgery: Appendectomies nowadays are generally being done laparoscopically, ie though small incisions. One of these incisions is usually near the belly button. Two other small incisions enable the surgeon to find the appendix and to remove it.See 1 more doctor answer
Compensating: Your lower back musculature is compensating for your abdominal muscles, which you are less likely to use due to pain. This will resolve in 4-6 weeks.See 1 more doctor answer
I have a hernia/appendix surgery on July 10, 2017 A mesh was not installed, but I notice that a little blood in my semen, should I be concerned?
Constipated for a week or so. Feel it to where it could come out but won't. Gallbladder/appendix surgery. Laxatives?
Wow,: At this young age and had by now surgery... What ever the reason for your constipation (btw Dicyclomine can cause it too) I would not use laxative. Getting the above name drug you probably have ibs. When did you see your doctor. One should see if you are not having impacted stool in which case it needs to be evacuated manually. So my advise would be see your doctor who knows u!
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