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Any organ within our body cavity protrudes abnormally outward belly wall is deemed hernia; and those organs include small intestine, large intestine, ureter, bladder, ovary, appendix, omentum, testis, and alike.
The disease is rather prevalent around men over age 50 ; it is also named “ the macrobiotic disease ” because the older a man gets, the greater chance he gets the ailment.
The prostate is a male organ, located under the bladder, about the size of table tennis. Its main function is to secrete the prostate fluid and maintain sperm motility after ejaculation.
Physical weakness, treatment and drug effects reduce salivary secretion and make it sticky.
Poor nutrition or tumor compression leads to poor circulation in the lower extremities and decreased renal function, which results in lower extremity edema. If you press your finger to the skin and it leaves a dimple that doesn't go away after a few seconds, you have what's called lower extremity edema.
Due to physical weakness, tumor obstruction (compression of the gastrointestinal tract) or nerve compression (esophageal dysphagia), chemicals released by the tumors themselves at the advanced stages lead to deterioration of gastrointestinal digestive function, and deterioration of muscular functions in the mouth, tongue and esophagus, resulting in loss of appetite or dysphagia.
The wound should be kept clean and not immersed in water.
Dizziness, nausea, and fatigue might occur after the procedure due to the use of anesthetic. Start taking sips of water in an hour after the procedure and eat step by step if vomit does not occur. Please see your doctor if the symptoms do not improve.
Avoid riding on scooters or bikes within 2 weeks after the procedure to lower the risks of hematuria and urine retention (unable to urinate) is recommanded. Also avoid sex activities and dramatic exercises.
These are common symptoms after the procedure. Drinking lots of water can relieve these symptoms. Please contact us at the numbers below if you experience severe pain in low abdomen, massive bleeding, fever or cold sweating.