Abdominal Skin Feels Painful To The Touch After Cesarean Section?
, I want to ask if I had a month to give birth to a cesarean section, but until now the skin of my outer stomach feels painful and sore, what causes it and how to cure it, is there any medicine that I should go through at the pharmacy. r n
Thank you Rihand Marbun for your question on the HealthReplies.com forum, sectio caesaria surgery is a method of delivery that is performed by means of surgery. Where this operation is done by making an incision around the lower abdomen which aims to remove the fetus. Where this operation is usually indicated in several cases such as:
- jammed labor
- fetal trouble
- abnormal position of the baby
- big baby
- placenta problems
- or any other disturbance
However, this operation certainly has several risks, such as the risk of infection or the risk of bleeding. In addition, the impact of this surgical wound can also cause pain. Postoperative pain usually goes away on its own (although in some people the pain can last quite a long time), where the pain is generally relieved in a few months and in certain people can only be reduced for several years. However, usually the pain will gradually decrease over time. If the pain is too intense or does not decrease, this should be checked again by the relevant specialist so that it can be checked again. Regarding your case, of course the use of pain relievers can help reduce the complaints that you are experiencing at this time, but it is better if you can consult the doctor again, especially if you plan to breastfeed.
That's all from me, hope it can help
dr. Christian Chandra