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Dizziness after having laparoscopy hysterectomy. Blurry vision, dark stools. Normal?

I have just had a laparoscopy hysterectomy having the uterus, left ovary , and cervix removed. Im 11 days post op and I have been dizzy since my surgery. I was hoping it would go away but it still here. I became anemic after the surgery so not sure if that has anything to do with it. My eyes seem blurry at times. My bowls seem very dark too almost black?? I am taking iron pills. Is this normal? will it fade?
Asked On : Sun, 5 Aug 2012
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Dr. Purushottam welcomes you to HCM virtual clinic.
I have gone through your query.
I think I have understood your concern, I will try to suggest you the best possible treatment options.
1] If you are passing stools on daily basis and no urination problem, please do not worry.
2] Black stools can be due to iron pills. I will suggest to take iron pill 30 minutes before meals, this will ensure maximum absorption.
3] Have plenty of water, eat a lots of fruits, salads and vegetables. Specially dark green leafy vegetables.
4] Avoid brisk and jerky moves.
I hope my answer helps you.
Answered: Tue, 3 Nov 2015
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