|Discussion in 'All Categories' started by Colette - Sep 9th, 2012 6:32 pm.|
|Had laproscopy and adeliosis or sumthim on monday 3rd sept 2012 on 5th sept my navel started leakin pale green fluid, pain wose over few days got antibiotic yesterday from walk in said was hole back navel maybee stich desolved smell is aufull like poo, pain worse and cant even walk properly|
re: Endometriotis by Sadhana Mishra - Sep 19th, 2012 8:01 am
There are many complication which is possible. Bowel injury following laparoscopic surgery is a rare complication that may have an unusual presentation and devastating sequelae. Any bowel injury, including serosal abrasions, should be treated at the time of recognition. Persistent focal pain in a trocar site with abdominal distention, diarrhea and leukopenia may be the first presenting signs and symptoms of an unrecognized laparoscopic bowel injury.
Bowel injury is the third cause of death from a laparoscopic procedure after major vascular injury and anesthesia. Unlike major vascular injuries where the risk and presentation are immediate, many bowel injuries go unrecognized at the time of the procedure. Consequently, patients present postoperatively, often after discharge, with peritonitis. This delay makes it a significant cause of morbidity and mortality.
A large survey of nearly 37,000 gynecologic laparoscopies in the US revealed a 0.16% incidence of bowel injury. 39.8% of vascular and intestinal injuries were caused by the Veress needle, 37.9% by insertion of the primary trocar, and 22% by the secondary trocar. The remaining gastrointestinal injuries resulted during dissection, electrocoagulation, or grasping. Importantly, these investigators noted the experience of the surgeons was an important factor in the overall complication rate and in the incidence of intestinal injury.
So please get first the correct diagnosis.
If you have a surgical concern and can’t reach a doctor right away, or you’re not sure where else to ask a qualified laparoscopic surgeon, you can get our Medical Help through this Forum of World Laparoscopy Hospital which is available 24 hours a day, Just fill-up the form given and within few our the answer of your question will be posted on this forum. Please keep in mind we answer the question only related to laparoscopic surgery. You can also search and browse thousands of answer already posted on this forum
Using Free Medical Advice Related to Laparoscopic Surgery Service, you can send your questions to our Laparoscopic Surgeon and the Doctor will reply within few hour. It’s as if you are having an email exchange with your very own private surgeon! As soon as you post your question, a qualified laparoscopic surgeon will start answering it. Our expert can help you learn more about the treatment and procedure options available to you for different health problems and diseases.They’ll also give you information to discuss with your doctor when deciding what kind of surgical treatment is best for you.
The Doctor will provide you with the all the medical information you need, and will guide you as you choose a course of action, all from the comfort of your home or office. No more sitting in the waiting room for hours just to get some basic information from your laparoscopic surgeon; no more self-diagnosis after reading pages and pages of confusing and contradictory Online information.
World Laparoscopy Hospital gives you the personalized health information you need to decide on the right treatment for you. The information that you provide will be seen by every person for education and information purpose so please not write your real name.