Causes Of Suture Scar Spitting Blood?
Hello, Thank you for the question.
Suturing is an action used to repair a wound so that the wound healing process can run optimally. Depending on the position of the wound and the process of wound healing, the outer stitches of the wound can be removed within 3-14 days. It is normal for blood marks like the one you have encountered to occur after the stitches are removed. This is caused by small wounds formed by the sewing thread being released. This bleeding is generally of short duration and you don't need to worry about this condition. However, if the bleeding increases a lot or you come back to see an open wound, please see your doctor again.
Please keep your wound clean and dry and treat the wound in accordance with doctor's recommendations. Do not forget to re-check yourself according to the examination schedule recommended by the doctor.
Hopefully this information is useful.