A Lump On The Right Near A Cesarean Section Wound?
My wife had just given birth by surgery … when there were 2 weeks running there was a right lump … whether it was also a cyst
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After a cesarean section for labor, injuries will be found in the area around the lower abdomen. After surgery the wound can improve after 7 to 2 weeks depending on the patient's condition and wound healing process.
In addition to complaints of wounds, complaints of pain in the operating area can also be felt, causing the lower abdomen to be uncomfortable to the waist area also sometimes uncomfortable, but after the puerperium is finished, the health condition of the mother's body will usually be more optimal.
And if after giving birth, the mother experiences a disturbing complaint, it is necessary to do an examination and evaluation directly with the obstetrician who treats her. The doctor will conduct a direct examination and ascertain the cause. Supporting examinations may be done to determine the cause, such as an ultrasound examination. Handling will be carried out according to the results of the inspection and the cause of the complaint.
In connection with the question you are asking, if there are lumps found 2 weeks after delivery, then this lump needs to know its location and position. At present we do not know the position of the lump and how the lump is described.
If the lump that you are exposed to appears from the outside of your wife's body / appears on the surface of the abdomen, then this lump may be:
1. a lump in the skin, possibly a healing of an overgrown wound or a keloid
2. infection of the wound area, which may cause abscesses or accumulation of pus
3. a lump from the uterus that has not returned to normal size, so that it appears protruding on the abdomen
4. fat under the skin
To ensure the cause of this complaint, you should advise your wife to consult directly with a gynecologist, thus, the doctor can conduct an examination and ascertain the cause as described above.
Therefore, I cannot give a description of the most probable causes, because the data and information are not yet optimal.
Thus the info we can convey.