Childbirth With The Help Of A Vacuum?
Goodbye night I date 9maret kmarin has born a child with a body weight of 3.010gram with the help of a vacuum My question is right until now I have not healed even for walking, peed and standing after sitting it feels like vaginal pain like suction. Is it because I move a lot or is it the effect of the vacuum and how long does this pain disappear doc? I get 20 stitches and I see at the bottom left there are 4 red bumps on the bottom row, why? bump because of the effect of wearing the dressing for too long And another one “when well I can walk and pee and also stand normally without pain. I have to consult my midwife or the nearest doctor or any other advice from the alodokter web Thank you for the answer and advice.
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. The vacuum method is a method used when a mother is having a difficult labor, such as a baby who does not want to go down. Coupled with information that there are 20 stitches in yourself, it is very natural that in the end the pain you feel lasts a long time, especially if the influence of the drug is over and the medicine given has started to run out.
There are various possible causes for the appearance of your complaint, including as you said, you move too much. With too much movement, the stitches that have been made can come loose or break, and it reopens the wound and prolongs the healing process. In addition to being moved, the process of pushing that is too strong and lifting heavy loads can also make the wound that has been sewn back open. In addition, it could be an infection in your genitals, which is marked by a lump. Then, muscle injuries, nerve disorders and injuries that have not yet been sewn can all cause prolonged pain. Regarding how long the pain will last, will depend on what the main cause and how severe.
Therefore, it is very important for you to check yourself to the obstetrician, because there is no way the possibilities above can be ascertained without direct examination. By checking your condition directly with the obstetrician, your problem can be immediately identified, misunderstandings can be minimized, and dealt with as well as possible, whether in the form of drugs, or other actions.
In the meantime, if the drugs given are up, you can take anti-inflammatory and anti-inflammatory drugs that are sold freely by reading the rules of use first. Reduce activity and do not push too hard when defecating, and immediately consult a gynecologist. So, hopefully answering your question.