Ways to deal with complications after Liver Transplant | Dr. Vivek Vij



Dr. Vivek Vij, Chairman and Director, Liver Transplant and Gastrointestinal Surgery, Fortis Hospital, gives tips on how to deal with complications after a liver …



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  • rafaqat ali

    (December 3, 2020 - 2:29 pm)

    I am a living donor liver transplant (LDLT) donor for my father and we had gone through surgery in September 2012. From 2012 to 2016, I was living very normal and also play outdoor sports (cricket) occasionally.

    In July 2016, I lift about 35Kg (suitcase) weight and move this from the ground floor to the third floor of the building with stairs. From that time, I feel uncomfortable or little pain in my abdomen (around the area of transplant surgery cut). If I walk about 20 minutes, stay in a sitting or standing position for more than one hour then again I feel pain or uncomforted in my abdomen. I am using an abdominal support belt since that time but the pain is not getting better from 2016.

    I consult many times with physical therapist/orthopedics, but they say it's nothing but only muscular strain.

    Does It happen with any liver donor/recipient?

    What did they find its solution?

    Any valuable suggestions? Thank you

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