My mother had an operation for a malignant tumor in her lower abdominal cavity. Because there was too much adhesion, it was no longer suitable for the operation. She couldn't bear the pain caused by the parastomal hernia. Is there any way to relieve it except the operation
Hello, combined with your description of the patient's condition, the doctor's suggestion is that we first need to combine imaging or local ultrasound to determine what causes the pain of the patient's parastomal hernia, whether it is the pain caused by the extrusion of the hernia contents by the abdominal wall or the invasion and metastasis of tumor infiltration.
If the patient is due to the first reason above, it is first recommended to go to the superior hospital for hernia surgery, which can be combined with oral analgesic drugs at the same time. There is no other effective way. If it is caused by tumor invasion, chemotherapy and other anti-tumor treatment can be selected according to the physical condition on the basis of cooperating with analgesic drug treatment to observe the effect
Hello, in view of the current situation, we first need to observe whether it is due to adhesion or local wound infection, which will also cause these symptoms. Under the current situation, it is recommended that you should first do a local B-ultrasound or CT examination before you can judge. The current situation suggests that you'd better have a comprehensive examination before judging the follow-up treatment.
It is a common complication after colostomy, so it is considered that the contents of parastomal hernia do not return to the abdominal cavity to stimulate the anus, and the operation causes colostomy stenosis. For rectal trauma, after the rectal trauma grows well, do intestinal return three months later and treat parastomal hernia at the same time.