Transurethral Resection Of Prostate/Bladder Tumour/Bladder Neck Incision: Post-surgery Instructions Discharge Instructions After Post Operative Transurethral Resection of Prostate/Bladder Tumour/Bladder Neck IncisionThe instructions provide general information and advice regarding your condition. These guidelines are not exhaustive and taking these precautions may help to reduce risks and complications.1. Diet-You do not need to restrict your diet.-Take plenty of roughage, eg. vegetables and fruits to avoid constipation.-Drink at least 8 glasses or 2 litres of water a day2. Activities-You may resume your normal activities as your condition improves.-Do not lift heavy objects for at least 2 months after surgery.3. Pain Management-Take your medication as prescribed for pain relief.4. Catheter Care-Keep the urine bag below waistline at all times-Do not allow the catheter and the drainage tube to kink-Do not place the drainage bag on the floor-Maintain genital hygiene.5. Special Instructions-You may have burning sensation or pain when you pass urine. It can be relieved by the analgesic as prescribed by the doctor.-Do expect slight bleeding when passing urine for about 2 weeks after the procedure.-In some cases, mild hematuria may even persist beyond 2 weeks but you should check with your doctor if its normal.-Avoid straining when urinating and defecating.-Remember to keep the appointment with your doctor.6. When do You Need to Seek Medical Attention? -Excessive bleeding or passing of blood clots in the urine-Painful micturition-Unable to pass urine for more than 6 hours-Fever of more than 38°C and above-If you experience severe abdominal pain and it is not relieved by the analgesic as prescribed by the doctorWhat Should You do in an Emergency?Call TTSH Urology Clinic 2A/2B @ 6889 4258/4242 for earlier appointment with your surgeon Office hours: Monday - Friday: 8am - 5pm Saturday: 8am - 12noon Sunday & Public Holiday: Closed OR call Clinical Coordinator, Department of Urology @ 9726 1802 (Mon - Fri: 9am - 5pm)After office hours, you are advised to seek treatment at the Emergency Department, Basement 1, Tan Tock Seng Hospital.Go to nearby Polyclinic or family doctor.