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Old 07-08-2010, 06:47 AM   #1
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Hem after your LIS Surgery

Had the surgery about 4 weeks ago and virtually thought I was finally normal again.. but then I had developled a painfull external hem. The purple colored ******* was killing me when I went to the follow up after the surgery.. The doctor assured me that it would soon go away.. and he was right for a while... for about 5 days it dissapeared.. I thought wow he was right untill the other day... It came back again....
I have no idea why... I have been taking stool softners, water with fiber...
and eating a big bowl of fruit at night...all the right things...

Has anyone else experienced a purple pain after LIS?
All I can determine is that the lis allows for more blood flow to the region which may bring more blood to the hem...??

 
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