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Post Surgical Hematoma | Hematoma After Surgery

What is a Post Surgical Hematoma? A Post Surgical Hematoma is a pocket of blood that gathers in a post-surgical site. Often times it is a necessity to drain a hematoma. While it is very undesirable, it is usually non-life threatening. Let’s learn more, but feel free to join the conversation, and add your own experiences with post surgical Hematoma’s. Before completing a procedure, a surgeon makes sure that all bleeding vessels are closed and cauterized before closing a wound. If the cauterization fails, it allows vessels to bleed and create a resevoir of blood surrounding the site of the Continue Reading This Post Surgical Hematoma Post

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Breast Hematoma | Implants | What To Do After Surgery?

Many women get a post surgical hematoma in the breast after breast augmentation. What to Look for After Breast Implants You may be wondering how to even identify a Hematoma. Where on the breast would it be? If after surgery, you wake up one morning and your breast suddenly becomes large, hard, tense or tender, it is very possible that have a hematoma in the breast. It will usually be close to the surgical incision. What to do Once You Find a Hematoma in the Breast Don’t panic, but contact your doctor immediately. Your breast hematoma must be drained as Continue Reading This Post Surgical Hematoma Post

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Pain From a C Section – Hematoma Possible?

If you are experiencing pain or complications from a cesarean section (c section), you are not alone. It takes nearly 4 weeks for a c section to heal. It is common to have pains in the incision area for up to twelve months. Many women suffer from sharp stabbing pains in the the lower abdomen post surgery, but they often diminish with time. Sometimes you can get scarring, adhesion’s, and fibroids which may cause pain in the area of the c-section operation. It is possible to get hematomas in this stomach region after surgery. Video Player: C Sections and Hematomas Continue Reading This Post Surgical Hematoma Post

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