Do Not Feel The Vaginal Sensation That Feels Thin And Widened After Delivery?
I have given birth to my child 9 months old. Normally and the vagina is torn 3 days later, the swelling is one-sided. There were 4 broken threads “1.5 months I went to the doctor because I suspected my stitches were torn. The problem is that the lower part is getting thinner and wider. If the chapter is a bit hard, the anus is bleeding even though I never before gave birth. I asked the doctor and checked he said the stitches were already done. good. It’s just that the layer is thinning … (but I’m still in doubt. Until now it feels the same / I just had the first child … thank you
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Post-normal delivery, a tear in the perineum (between the vagina and anus) is usually sutured using a thread that is naturally absorbed into the body (absorbable). As for threads that are "broken" as you mean, as long as they don't appear accompanied by other complaints, such as stitch marks that don't dry out, tearing wounds that fail to fuse, extreme perineal pain, or an unpleasant smelling discharge from the vagina, this is probably not the case. dangerous conditions. This "broken" thread can actually indicate that the wound in your perineum is fused together properly.
Sensations such as a vagina that feels thin and widening can be very subjective. This complaint needs to be confirmed again by examination by a doctor or obstetrician directly. If the doctor has done an examination, and states that there are no conditions to worry about, then you really don't need to worry. Hard and bloody bowel movements may be caused by constipation due to not drinking enough or not consuming enough fiber, fear of having a bowel movement (for example, worrying about torn stitches or pain), hemorrhoids (swelling of the anal veins), anal fissures (tears in the anal wall), fistulas rectovagina (abnormal tube connecting the anus to the vagina), malignancy, or other causes.
If you are in doubt about the results of the doctor's examination, you can seek a second opinion by checking your complaint again with a doctor or other obstetrician. That way, your condition can be handled properly.
In the meantime, our advice is that you should focus on maintaining the cleanliness of your perineal area properly, such as by rinsing your genitals properly after every bowel movement, avoiding risky sex, always wearing clean underwear and pants, and not using potential substances. causes vaginal irritation (eg pantyliners or vaginal scented soaps). Also overcome your bowel disorders by drinking more, reducing caffeine consumption, reducing spicy food consumption, eating more vegetables and fruit, and not getting used to holding back the urge to defecate.
Hope it helps ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah