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Possible Complication After Tubal Blockage Surgery:Abdominal Pain

When blocked fallopian tubes occur, many women choose surgery to unblock them. But many patients have lower abdominal pain after surgery. What's going on? Let's take a look!

Tubal blockage surgery includes tubal fluidization, tubal implantation, tubal anastomosis, salpingostomy, salpingoplasty, tubal adhesion separation, salpingectomy, and so on.
It is normal for patients to experience abdominal pain just after surgery. Pain symptoms after surgery will appear in a short time, generally not obvious pain. The duration is short, about 3 to 5 days. During this period, we need to do a good job of anti-inflammatory work to avoid further aggravating symptoms.
If the patient has long-term abdominal pain after surgery, and the pain worsens, it may be a postoperative infection. The postoperative infection will not only cause abdominal pain but also easily cause wound inflammation and pelvic adhesions, affecting postoperative recovery. Since surgery does not eliminate the cause of inflammation, it may also lead to a recurrence of tubal blockage surgery, which is why patients experience pain.
Moreover, after a woman's tubal blockage surgery, her body is in a recovery period, and her immunity is weakened. If she has sex too early or ignores hygiene, the infection may occur, leading to pelvic inflammation. When suffering from pelvic inflammatory disease, patients experience lower abdominal pain, low back pain, and increased vaginal discharge.
Therefore, after tubal blockage surgery, you can choose the safe and no side effects of traditional Chinese medicine for conditioning. The traditional Chinese medicine Fuyan Pill can treat tubal blockage and is also suitable for anti-infective treatment after auxiliary tubal blockage surgery. Taking Fuyan Pill can eliminate gynecological inflammation caused by various pathogenic bacteria; it can also dredge the fallopian tube, repair damaged fallopian tube tissue, and restore the normal function of the fallopian tube.
At the same time, after tubal occlusion surgery, patients should do pain care and have a proper diet and life care. It can prevent postoperative infection and promote recovery.
1. Pain care. After the anesthesia wears off, the patient will experience pain in the incision. If the patient has pain in the wound within 24 to 48 hours after the operation, analgesics can be given at specific intervals to ensure postoperative rest, facilitate recovery, prevent sputum due to pain, and avoid postoperative pulmonary complications.
2. Diet care. First, pay attention to sticking to small, frequent meals. On the day of surgery, give a small amount of water, 4 to 5 tablespoons each time, once every 2 hours. Eat foods high in protein, vitamins, and minerals. Avoid bloated foods, preferably egg soup, vegetable market, and lotus root starch. If it returns to normal after surgery, eat porridge on the fourth day. The staple food and side dishes should be soft and easy to digest and avoid irritating food such as blunt, fried, strong tea, and wine.
3. Life care. After the operation, ensure you have a happy mood every day, don't have too many worries, and don't be too nervous. After recovering from tubal blockage surgery, you must pay attention to the time of intercourse when preparing for pregnancy. Generally speaking, having sex between the 2nd and 12th day after menstruation is clean is the easiest way to get pregnant.
Reminder: Postoperative abdominal pain may be due to surgery, but other factors cannot be ruled out. There are many causes of abdominal pain, and it is necessary to judge according to the specific part of the abdominal pain, the nature of the pain, and the symptoms of the factors that cause it. If necessary, some examinations such as B-ultrasound, gastroscopy, and colonoscopy are needed. Pay more attention to rest, avoid fatigue, and also pay attention to local cleaning and hygiene.
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