Addressing The Flesh Near The Vagina That Is Not Sutured After Delivery?
Hello doctor, r nPlease ask, I want to ask if I gave birth normally in August 2016, and the vagina was sewn, but there was some meat left that was not sewn right near the hole of the vagina, I felt uncomfortable with that, because when HB with my husband seems to be propping up, and causing stinging after intercourse, after childbirth I often feel itchy at vaginal discharge, I also feel that I can’t hold my pee or it’s easy to get it, drink a little bit already peeing, even though our bodies need lots of water doctor,? Which doctor should I consult, and can the meat be removed or repaired? Thank you in advance. R nWassalam .. Wr. Wb
Postpartum vaginal suture (perineorrhage) is performed if the perineal area is torn during labor. Perineorrhea is done after delivery.
The condition of the remaining flesh or lump that you feel can occur because =
the appearance of scars or keloids. The sewing technique performed. To find out the best technique for dealing with your complaint, it is necessary to do a physical examination of the condition of your complaint. With a physical examination, the doctor can find out and determine the best medical action to handle it.
Perineoraphy sutures that are not suitable can be corrected by consulting your complaint to a surgeon or plastic surgeon for better aesthetic measures.
Drinking lots of water can indeed cause a lot of peeing, this is actually a normal body reality and the body will adapt to these conditions. If BAK often still bothers you, you can check with your doctor to find out the causes that could be risk factors such as =
diabetes. Urinary tract infection. Urinary irritation. Drug side effects. Sexually transmitted infections. nervous breakdown. Small bladder capacity. Consult your complaint as well as to the doctor, medical tests such as blood tests, urine tests. By knowing the cause of the complaint, the doctor can provide the appropriate treatment.
I hope this helps.