Surgical procedures are stressful on the body. As a result, they can cause unexpected side effects, including constipation. Constipation does not affect everyone who has surgery, but it is a relatively common side effect of pain medications, anesthesia, and a lack of mobility. As the body is likely to be more sensitive or prone to damage than usual, it is best to use gentle constipation relief after an operation. In this article, we discuss the symptoms of constipation after surgery and the available treatment options. Untreated constipation can be uncomfortable and lead to complications, particularly after surgery. However, it is vital to always ask a doctor before using constipation relief, as some methods may not be safe after certain medical procedures.
Caring for the Surgery Site
What is a perianal abscess? A perianal abscess is an infection in a mucous-secreting gland in the anal canal around your anus. What is a perianal fistula? A perianal fistula, almost always the result of a previous abscess, is a small passage connecting the anal gland from which the abscess arose to the skin where the abscess was drained. What causes an abscess? An abscess is formed when a small gland just inside the anus becomes infected from bacteria or stool trapped in the gland. You did nothing to cause this infection. Certain conditions — constipation, diarrhea, colitis, or other inflammation of the intestine, for example — may make these infections more likely.
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Top of the page. You may be worried about having a bowel movement after your surgery. You will likely have some pain and bleeding with bowel movements for the first 1 to 2 weeks. You can make your bowel movements less painful by getting enough fiber and fluids. And you can use stool softeners or laxatives. Sitting in warm water sitz bath after bowel movements will also help.
You may be worried about having a bowel movement after your surgery. You will likely have some pain and bleeding with bowel movements for the first 1 to 2 weeks. You can make your bowel movements less painful by getting enough fibre and fluids, and using stool softeners or laxatives.