Does Torn Birth Need To Be Sewn After Giving Birth 4 Years Ago?
Hi I want to ask … I gave birth to a baby girl 4th ago. … but the vagina wasn’t dough at that time … if now I want to sew the vagina that was torn off first … can it or not ??
When giving birth, sometimes the doctor needs to sew the vagina, but if the vagina is not torn and also does not cut the area between the vagina and anus (perineum), then the doctor also does not need to do suturing.
If there is a vaginal tear but no stitching is done, then within a few weeks the tear will generally heal by itself, although it is not as good as stitching.
For your condition that is 4 years postpartum, there is no need to suture your vagina because the wound has healed. If you later give birth again, and do the cutting of the perineum or a tear in the vagina, the doctor can suture a new wound.
If what you want is to improve the shape of the vagina, you can consult a plastic surgeon for vaginal plastic surgery options (vaginoplasty) yes.
Hope it helps you,