Answer: Bunion surgery will take a little while to recover. You should be out of work for about a week and not walking for about a month. You will be in a boot or a cast for a few weeks to a couple months possibly on crutches. Good Luck!!!!!
Answer: You will be in the hospital for at least 3 days following thisprocedure and you will have to wear a ileostomy pouch for the restof your life. You will be able to resume all normal activitieswithin 3 weeks of the surgery.
Answer: i JUST WENT THROUGH THIS..... A HORRIBLE AND TERRIFYING EXPERIENCE! THE DOCTOR SAID THAT RECOVERY FOR MY SURGERY WOULD BE AT LEAST 4 WEEKS. THAT IS BECAUSE OF THE INCISION HE HAD TO MAKE ON MY ABDOMEN. I HAVE 14 STAPLES AND INNER STITCHES. I WAS IN THE HOSPITAL FOR 4 DAYS. I KNOW THAT WOMEN THAT HAVE SUGERY THE OTHER WAY, NON EMERGENCY WITH A LAPARASOPE CAN GO HOME SOMETIMES THE SAME DAY. I HOPE THIS HELPS ANSWER YOUR QUESTION
Answer: It depends on what type of surgery they are going to use to remove the appendix. If they do it via laproscopic surgery, her recovery time will be much quicker than actually having to cut her open and remove it. Recovery time for a laproscopic surgery is between 2-3 weeks, it also depends on how your mother comes out of surgery (i.e. any infections, complications). She should not be in the hospital for more than 2-3 days as long as the surgery goes well.For more information go to : http://www.doctor-dubai.com/dr_info_display.asp?dr_id=1176 Good luck.
How long does Laparoscopy surgery take?
it depends on what kind of surgery you are having.......
Answer: Most doctors will tell you to wait until you are fully healed post-surgery as surgery is a traumatic event on the human body. This should be at minimum 6-8 weeks. For best results, consult your OB/GYN.
Answer: Ensure that you take plenty of fluids and your diet include a higher than normal level of fibre, to ensure your stool is softened. Use laxative, sparingly, if necessary and anti-inflammatory painkiller, for example iboprofen. Bathe the affected area twice daily with a weak saline solution. If it doesnt settle down after a few days return to see your medical practioner.
Answer: The removal of the appendix requires that two layers of muscles be seperated. That is main concern with this operation and required healing time. If those muscles are not allowed to heal, the result could be a hernia. Internal abdominal pressure needs to be reduced so no lifting is allowed for up to 90 days. Also bowel movements can cause pressure in this area and therefore a stool softener should be used in order to prevent straining.