I had a biliary stone extraction surgery at noon on Thursday, and the hospital discharged me a day later. I was discharged with 1.5 ascites, and now I feel more ascites, and my abdomen moves and hurts when I turn over in my sleep.When I get up and walk around, my left hand hurts.
Consider performing abdominal CT examination to determine the condition of the disease and then consider whether it is necessary to pump ascites treatment, usually pay attention to diet, appropriate nutrition, especially albumin, to prevent malnutrition caused by ascites, but also need to prevent infection, to avoid aggravation of symptoms and the possibility of other complications.
Gallstone extraction is a difficult surgery, only tertiary hospitals can do this kind of surgery, there will be some complications after the operation, there are also some uncomfortable manifestations, if it is felt that the ascites is very much, you should contact the doctor for treatment, if necessary puncture to extract the fluid.
After having biliary stone extraction surgery, when you are discharged from the hospital, you have ascites at home and feel that the ascites has increased, probably because you are more active and did not pay attention to rest. In this case, you should go to the hospital for a review, and if you find that the ascites has increased significantly and the absorption is difficult, you should puncture and draw out the fluid.