Impact If The Normal Open Seam Is Not Re-sewn
Good afternoon, I want to ask, January I was born after a normal birth and can get stitches inside because of when my child was born. then I sacked the first control after my birth, he said, finally broken again, again, and then the next week I was in control again, he said broken again, too, so I already sewed 2 times. repeated again he said salted healed a little longer, just what I’m worried about is it really can the meeting itself to open the stitches? Please enlighten me, thank you
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Perenium tears will often occur either accidentally or not, but usually the doctor or midwife who helps labor will tear the perineum to expedite the birth canal and tear it so regularly it is usually called an episiotomy. between genitals and anus).
actually not all torn perenium has to be sewn. These perineal tears can be grouped into several levels according to their size or depth, namely:
Level one: tears occur to the skin layer around the vagina. Tears are small and can heal without stitches after a normal delivery.
Level two: not only the skin, but also the torn perineal muscle. Tears often need stitches, but can also heal on their own without stitches but take longer to recover.
Level three: torn skin and perineal muscles, including the anal muscles. This tear must be sewn.
Level four: deeper tears in the anal muscles, even reaching the intestine. This level tear must of course be sewn.
so everything is in accordance with the level and not everything has to be sewn, an indication is sewn so that it can recover quickly and quickly, but if previously you've been sewn and experience continuous bursts it is indeed the next way not to sew it again, because maybe your tear is only at level 2 so if it is not sewn again it does not matter, you do not need to worry because the tear will be tight even with a long time, because if it is sewn again and torn again it will take time to heal because it will be sewn back and forth and pity with you and if stitched repeatedly continues to fear skin or the mucosa is getting damaged because of being stabbed repeatedly and is large to cause infection. because every wound has its own healing process so you don't need to worry.
with the right treatment at home will help your healing process well, but if you experience infection, bleeding, pus and severe pain and fever immediately come to the doctor who treats you. to be given immediate treatment.
Some things you can do to help heal wounds include:
Keep the perineum area dry and clean.
Wash the perineum area with warm water in the bath and dry it well before you dress.
Make sure you clean the anal area from front to back after bowel movements so that dirt does not contaminate the wound.
You can do a sitz bath that is soaking your pubic area and perineum with warm water for 15-20 minutes 3-4 times a day. Do not mix any medicine or herbs in water, just warm enough water.
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