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What will my bathroom habits be like immediately following surgery?

You may have trouble urinating for the first 24-48 hours after surgery due to the location of your anal surgery being in proximity to the prostate, the residual effects of anesthesia, and also the effects of pain medication. This can be normal. To counteract this try walking, urinating in the shower, and taking prescription pain

August 10, 2017 by bespoke

When should I call my doctor?

If you have a fever over 101 degrees or shaking chills, you should contact your doctor immediately. Additionally, if you notice swelling, bleeding, redness, numbness, drainage, or change in color from the incision site you should not hesitate to contact your physician. Severe pain, nausea, vomiting, constipation, or diarrhea are not common and should be

March 07, 2016 by bespoke


How long until I’m back to normal?

While everyone’s healing process is different, the overall healing timeline is approximately 1-2 weeks. You may need to use painkillers for the first 24-72 hours after surgery, switching to Tylenol or Ibuprofen after day 3 (at the latest). Bouts of pain up to 2 weeks post-surgery are not uncommon, especially towards the end of the

March 07, 2016 by bespoke


What medications will I need?

General Medications For the first 24 hours most patients will require painkillers, though these should be limited due to the common side-effects of nausea and constipation. To combat this, we recommend using a stool softener (such as Colace) 3 times daily. In place of narcotics, we advise many patients to take Tylenol or Motrin as

March 07, 2016 by bespoke

How do I care for my operation site?

General Incision Care Immediately following your procedure, you will receive post-operative incision care instructions from your surgical facility. Please review these, as they are specific to your particular procedure. For most general surgeries your incision site will have a dressing consisting of clear tape, gauze, steri-strips, and/or glue. The top dressing and gauze can be

March 07, 2016 by bespoke

How will my activities be limited?

Gradually increase your activities, and do not overexert yourself to the point of fatigue. You will need to avoid stress to the operative site (such as lifting, pushing, and pulling) for 3-5 days. After this period, you will be able to return to your fitness routine per usual, avoiding focus on the operative site until

March 07, 2016 by bespoke

How will my diet be limited?

Unless instructed otherwise, advance as tolerated to a regular diet. In the beginning it is important to avoid heavy meals, spicy foods, and red meat. It is common to not have a bowel movement for 2-3 days after your procedure, so we recommend staying well hydrated and eating fruits and vegetables daily to help this

March 07, 2016 by bespoke

What are my immediate limitations after surgery?

For the first 24 hours after surgery, you should not drive, operate machinery, make important decisions, or sign legal documentation. Also during the first 24 hours please refrain from both alcohol use and large or heavy meals.

March 07, 2016 by bespoke

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