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Friday, 3 March 2017

Hernia Surgery, Constipation, and the Recuperating Patient – What to Do

According to experts, Hernia is actually a rupture in smooth muscle tissue through which a bodily structure protrudes. Most of the time, you are left with not enough options in treating hernia other than surgical operation. However, people who undergo (open) inguinal hernia surgical procedure can be at the risk of the developing constipation. Experts say this is somewhat usual in that for the kind of pain that would result, very strong pain killers (narcotic pain killers) are administered on the patients. 

According to Cleveland Medical Centre University Hospitals, USA, this is usually responsible for the condition; in addition, they will also experience loss of appetite due to the rigours of the surgery, but experts say this is sure to normalise in a couple of weeks. Making smart nutritional choices in addition to physical exercise as part of your daily routine can offer remedy for constipation after hernia surgical procedure. https://youtu.be/svGwxRNWW5I

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