Precautions After Circumcision Stapler Surgery with Circumcision Stapler (part 1)

Postoperative incision bleeding:

The most common occurrence is within 24 hours after the circumcision stapler surgery. This is the period when the incision is prone to bleeding. If the bleeding is not significant, for example, if only part of the gauze is stained red, it can be handled without any special treatment, and the bleeding can often stop on its own. If the incision bleeding does not stop, causing the gradually increasing staining of the gauze or if fresh blood continues to drip from the gauze, or if the patient is unsure about the condition of the wound, it is necessary to visit the doctor immediately for follow-up treatment.

Postoperative urination problems:

During the first 3 days after surgery (especially before the first dressing change), the wound dressing may affect urination. Therefore, during urination, try to lean forward to angle the urethral opening straight down to avoid urine flowing onto the gauze. If the gauze becomes wet with urine, it is recommended to change the dressing promptly. If conditions do not permit, using a hair dryer to dry it temporarily is also acceptable.

Postoperative incision cracking problems:

Within one week after the circumcision stapler surgery with a circumcision stapler, try to avoid stimulative activities that can lead to wound cracking or bleeding, such as holding in your urine. Abstain from sexual activity for 1-2 months after the surgery to prevent the wound from tearing or bleeding. However, healing time can differ depending on individual circumstances.

Postoperative rest problems:

After circumcision stapler surgery, discomfort within the penis is normal. Therefore, it is recommend to rest for 2-3 days when possible, avoiding standing or sitting for extended periods of time. If you sit or stand for prolonged periods, swelling of the foreskin can increase, local blood circulation can be affected, and this can impact wound healing. Some young men feel hesitant to take leave after the surgery and still insist on working. Due to poor local blood circulation, the swelling can directly lead to a purple aubergine-like condition, which can negatively impact wound healing.

Postoperative diet issues:

After foreskin surgery, alcohol must be avoided, and spicy foods should be consumed in moderation. It is recommended to consume moderate amounts of meat, dairy, and egg foods to promote wound healing. Seafood and raw or hard-spicy foods should be limited, and animal liver should be thoroughly cooked and not served cold.

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