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Back pain after cesarean delivery. Feeling bloated, noticed blood in stool. Taking thyroid medicine

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My wife delivered a baby 8 months back by c section in lower abdomen. She experiences bad pain in back till date at times and also she at times feels her back is not getting support to carry her load. She cant bend and do work or sit for long and also cant carry normal weights for long. She also gets pain near her stiches area which is bad at times when suddenly something hits there.She has this bloating sensation in stomach every evening which continues till she passes motion next morning. Also sometimes she has giddiness even when she hasnt yet just got off from bed in teh morning...She is on Thyroid medications for hypothyrodism . Also she had developed piles whn she was pregnant and this is ok for few months and tehn suddenly again there is bleeding while passing stools. ...These are all teh problems that she is facing. please suggest what needs to be done
Posted Thu, 4 Apr 2013 in Back Pain
Answered by Dr. Sudhir 2 hours later

I will try to list few steps to be taken in her case.

1.For back pain she needs to get a MRI done.Current symptoms can be due to a disc bulge or can be complication related to spinal anesthesia given during C section.Prior to MRI a clinical evaluation can be undertaken.
2.Bloating after any abdominal surgery can be due to unavoidable adhesion formation between bowel loops.Diet changes,gasex and use of laxatives can help in this.Use of laxative can also help in relieve constipation , if any which can also help reduce progression of piles.
3. Piles, once formed can remain for long or life long.A visit to proctologist for clinical evaluation can prove helpful.There are conservative as well as surgical treatment to get this treated.Sometimes anal fissure is cause of such bleeding.Doctor will also check it out.

4.For pain in the region of stitches you can get a sonography done to see if there is any underlying issue causing pain.Sonography will also help evaluate her bowels to some extent.

Post-pregnancy such issues are common .Regular moderate exercises and balanced diet can help one to get back to regular form.

Hope this answers your question.Please ask if there are doubts.Regards.
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