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... I had a lap sigmoid bowel resection 3 weeks ago. I had nausea whilst in hospital and a few times whilst being home but not too bad, it usually passed within a day. ... (1 replies)
... I had bowel resection on Aug. ... (10 replies)
... Hi! I just had to have an emergency bowel resection on august 20th. I went in for a d and c and my gyno ended up lacerating my bowel and had to have 3 inches of it removed. Anyway, I also have that pain on my side right side actually. Kinda feels like a non stop anoying pulled muscle. ... (10 replies)

... Hi, I am sorry if this is a repetitive posting, but I have read some of the responses to recovery following bowel resection, and I am not sure that I have found the answer that I am looking for. ... (10 replies)
... and was getting quite large it turned out that it was the bowel coming through the wound, and was quite large now. ... (10 replies)
... or says it is normal and part of the healing process. I walked out of his surgery so relieved, and he was right, it eventually went. I wish you well and a fast recovery from the pain as it is quite awful. ... (10 replies)
... I had emergency bowel surgery 10 weeks ago. ... (10 replies)
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... over a very short period. The doctor told me this is very normal after resection and that everyone is different. I take metamucil daily, it does help me. Without it I find I am prone to diarrhea. ... (3 replies)
... It sounds as if you are making a good recovery from your surgery. As to the return to normal for bowel movements, that might take some time. ... (3 replies)
... Just on 3 weeks ago, I had approx 2 feet of lower bowel removed laparascopically, and my recovery seems to be "on track" with most of what I have read here. ... (3 replies)
... Hi again, Since posting last month I am concerned about a sharp knife like pain that always accompanies coughing and sneezing, but sometimes when moving in certain directions, while the same movement produces nothing another time. It also hurts to stand or sit also, but at other times all is well.. The pain is now on the side of the resection. Has anyone experienced this... (10 replies)
... Hi Thankyou for replying. Yes, you have described the pain exactly, and sometimes it feels that it is linked to using my bladder. It is now 7 weeks and that has eased up, but with the coughing and sneezing, I think, there is a back problem, but that is also easing. I feel for you and wish you well with your recovery. If only 1 week out from your op, I am sure each week... (10 replies)
... Thank you all so much. I will take all the info and keep asking questions. My hubby has to have a catheter now as his water works keep not working now! He also is not able to eat as he keeps vomiting and they keep puting a nose tube back in he has lost weight and is feeling very down i am off to the hospital tomorrow to raise bloody hell thanks again gail (4 replies)
... I am so sorry to read about your husband's slow recovery from surgury. Please know that often times it is common. ... (4 replies)
Recovery Time?
Mar 11, 2005
... When DH had anterior bowel resection, they had to slice some of the tumor away. This was because it had attached itself to the bladder and this was also scraped away. ... (302 replies)
Recovery Time?
Oct 28, 2004
... Hey Hoping4best, my dad just had colorectal surgery about 2 weeks ago and is at home slowly recovering. When he was admitted to the hospital, they said people are usually in the hospital for 3-4 days with this type of surgery. . The surgeon said he would be in 7 days easy. And my dad was in for 8 days, and the man beside him was in for 7 days. I guess what i am trying to say... (302 replies)
... I had laproscopic surgery, just 4 small incisions. If they cannot do it that way, recovery time will be longer. ... (2 replies)
... I have had my ileostomy for 9 yrs now and it all started when i had my dx of bowel c. I had 12 major op's in 12mths. ... (2 replies)
... I can say for myself when I had my colon resection at 29, it took me at least 3 to 4 months to fully recover. ... (1 replies)




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