Healing Of Normal Postpartum Sutures?
3 weeks ago I gave birth normally from the first day until now. My vaginal connection doesn’t hurt … but if I still have a link … I ask if my link is dry or not the coz it’s not using anything .. and how long it took the link really disappeared .. please answer the answer ..
sutures in the vagina are usually done during normal labor because of a tear in the process of leaving the fetus. This tear, if not sutured, will certainly cause continuous bleeding. In addition, these tears are at risk of becoming infected, especially since the vagina is filled with normal bacterial flora around it, which could infect an existing wound. Therefore suturing the vaginal tears during childbirth is very important. The suturing is done using self-absorbing threads so there is no need for a thread lifting procedure. However, of course it takes time for the thread to be absorbed. The timing can vary from individual to individual, but can take up to several months. You don't need to worry about this, as long as there is no infection process in the wound. However, if you have any doubts, you can check with your gynecologist again. Here we attach an article about postpartum sutures. May be useful.
dr. N. K. Arief