No appetite after surgery

There are three different types of anesthesia that your surgeon will use to help you feel calm and pain-free during the procedure. All three types are safe and effective, but they will often cause you to have a temporary lack of appetite after surgery.

Local anesthesia, or regional anesthesia, is a type of anesthesia that’s used to numb only a small area. It will also cause you to feel drowsy and be at risk for nausea and vomiting. You may need to take antinausea medication throughout the procedure.

General anesthesia, also called inhaled or intravenous anesthesia, is a type of anesthesia that’s used to numb your entire body. General anesthesia may cause you to feel extremely sleepy and drowsy.

What you can expect after surgery?

After surgery, you will be taken to the recovery room. You will then be moved to a hospital room where you will spend the day in bed. You may experience some pain, but you shouldn’t feel pain in your abdomen or lower back.

If your incision is larger, your surgeon may give you pain medication before you go to sleep.

You will be encouraged to drink extra fluids, but remember that it can take several hours for the effects of extra fluids to work through your system.

You will be discharged from the hospital after a day or two. You should plan to return to your doctor’s office or to your regular physician’s appointment the next day.

When you get home from the hospital, you may need to take a step up or down from your bed to get into a chair or toilet. You may also need to lie down for several hours after your surgery before you can go back to your normal activity level.

You may also have some pain and discomfort in your abdomen and lower back. This may take several days to resolve.

What are the long-term effects of laparoscopic surgery?

Laparoscopic surgery is a safe and effective way to repair your groin hernia or other abdominal hernia. Your recovery will depend on the type of operation that you had, your age, and how long you spent in the hospital. Read more about the long-term effects of laparoscopic surgery.

Recovery after surgery

You may notice that you have some pain after surgery. This can be controlled with pain medication and anti-inflammatory medication. You should take the medication exactly as your doctor prescribes.

You will need to take it for the rest of your life. If you take prescription pain medication your doctor may also prescribe a prescription for anti-inflammatory medication.

After surgery, you will probably have a splint or dressing on your abdomen for a few days. You may need to use a wheelchair to get around.

Once you are home, you will be asked to start walking as soon as your doctors give you the all clear. Walking can help you return to your normal routine.

You will have to take steps, like getting up from a chair or from your bed, every hour or so. You will also need to make sure that you move slowly. You may need to limit your activity level to avoid getting winded.

Your doctor will let you know how often you need to rest and when you can resume normal activities.

How long does it take to recover after laparoscopic surgery?

If you had a hernia repair, you should be able to get back to your normal activities within two to four weeks. This is because the healing process is usually quicker than the recovery process.

The length of time that it takes to recover from a hernia surgery depends on the type of surgery you had, the size of the hernia, and your age.

Follow your doctor’s instructions about when you are able to go back to work and other activities. When you get home from the hospital, you should do some physical therapy. It is important that you are able to do some gentle exercises to increase the strength in your abdominal muscles. This can help you have better movement and reduce the risk of a recurrence of the hernia.

What is the outlook for?

The recovery time after laparoscopic surgery is shorter than it is after open hernia surgery, but the long-term outlook is not as good for people who have had laparoscopic surgery.

The reason for this is that laparoscopic surgery does not let surgeons see the entire hernia. While this surgery can repair the hernia, it’s not a permanent fix. It can also leave you with a large hernia, which can cause a recurrence.

Recovery from laparoscopic surgery is also more difficult than recovery from open hernia surgery. The risk of a recurrence is twice as high after laparoscopic surgery.

Recovery from surgery can take up to six weeks. During this time, you should be careful about not straining yourself too much. You will also need to avoid lifting anything over 5 pounds.

Most people can resume normal activity within three months. You should be able to go back to work within six weeks after your surgery.

What are the risks of laparoscopic surgery?

Laparoscopic surgery is a safer option than open surgery. However, it’s still risky.

You may have a longer recovery time and a higher risk of recurrence.

What is the cost of laparoscopic surgery?

The cost of laparoscopic surgery tends to vary according to your insurance plan and the complexity of your surgery.

If you’re a resident in the United States, you may be eligible for a Medicare or Medicaid (Medicare) payment plan that may make the cost of laparoscopic surgery more affordable.

You can look up these programs using the American Society of Anesthesiologists’ website.

What else do I need to know about laparoscopic surgery?

Laparoscopic surgery is a safe and effective way to repair your groin hernia or other abdominal hernia. However, it’s still a riskier option than open surgery.

Most people who have had a laparoscopic surgery have no problems after it.

Laparoscopic hernia repair may be a better option for people who are at least 65 years old, have a weakened immune system, have a large hernia, or have other medical conditions that make open surgery risky.

It’s also a safer option than open surgery.

What about mesh?

Some people are interested in getting a hernia mesh implant.

A mesh patch might look like a piece of mesh that has been attached to your skin. It’s often used after open surgery to reduce the risk of a hernia recurring.

However, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has not approved this type of mesh implant.

What about a different type of surgery?

Some people may be interested in undergoing a new surgery called laparoscopic mesh repair.

The goal of laparoscopic mesh repair is to have the surgeon make a direct connection between the mesh and the abdominal wall. This can reduce the chance of a hernia recurring.

A laparoscopic mesh repair is a new procedure that hasn’t been approved by the FDA.


Laparoscopic surgery is an effective method of repairing a laparoscopic hernia. It’s also a more effective option than open surgery.

You should be able to resume most normal activities within a few weeks. The success of your hernia surgery depends on your age and the type of hernia you have

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