had a surgery on the stomach for gerd about a week ago. know im bleeding after i go poop, an urinate?
just started bleeding today. just started bleeding after i urinate about 20 minutes ago
- 9 years agoFavorite Answer
You should go right away to the surgeon who performed your surgery and get yourself checked up.you might have a post-surgical complication like a Fistula.The best way is to go to the same surgeon that performed the operation,and if that's not possible,go to any other doctor with your previous medical record.Cheers.
- CarolLv 44 years ago
I had my GB removed over ten years ago and still have that problem. It was worse the first year or so than it is now though. Unfortunately you don't have the ability to break down fats, greasy foods etc. since you no longer have a GB. Everyone's body is different and once your body adjusts you may not have any problems. I would eat small meals at least 6 a day instead of 3 large meals. This seems to help me. There is a prescription med called Questran that MD's order that help, you might want to look that up on the computer and read about it, then if your symtoms continue you could ask your MD about trying it. Hope this helps. God bless you.
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- Anonymous6 years ago
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