Cough And Abdominal Pain After Cesarean Delivery?
, I just gave birth by SC … and have not taken the drug from the dose now. I currently have a cough and stomach pain when I use it. cough .. ?? r ntrmksii
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Coughing can cause increased pressure in the stomach. This will be disturbing due to the pain that arises in someone who has just had surgery on the abdomen such as cesarean section (SC) surgery. SC is an operation on the abdomen to give birth to a child by incising the abdominal wall and uterine wall.
Coughing will cause pain in the surgical wound due to increased pressure in the stomach causing the surgical wound to be pulled, causing pain. A strong and frequent cough can even cause the wound to stretch if the stitches are not in good condition (for example, the surgical wound is infected, the thread is worn out or the stitches are too tight). However, this is nothing to worry about if the wound is dry and the skin has joined together.
You can take painkillers and cough medicines. We recommend that you consult your doctor first in order to get a medicine that is safe for breastfeeding mothers, because some drugs can pass into the milk so that it reaches the baby. Get used to reading the information listed on the medicine instruction paper before consuming it.
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You can read ceCaes postoperative tips here.