Neat Stitches After Childbirth.?
Afternoon, I want to ask on 7 Kmrin I gave birth normally at the nearest midwife with a baby weighing 3.1 kg, but it turned out that my tear was severe reaching the anus and was referred to the nearest hospital. It turned out that the stitches were not tidy, and the hospital said it had to wait 3 months after giving birth and then could be re-stitched. But every day from the anus is always bleeding, even every chapter of waste that comes out mixed with blood. my question is why can bleeding from the anus and is it dangerous? Thanks .
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Tearing in the perineum used to give birth normally, either because of the labor process itself or because of episiotomy, can vary in severity. If the tear in your perineum is very broad until it reaches the anus, chances are your condition is included in degrees 3 or 4. This condition, it is much more difficult to handle than perineum tears that are lower degrees. This tear also makes the bleeding from your anus and vagina. Not infrequently, because of this vast perineal tear as well, the mother may have difficulty controlling her desire to defecate.
In addition to perineal tears that you have experienced before, bloody chapter that you experience can also be aggravated by the presence of hemorrhoids, anal fissures, anal abscesses, anal cancer, gastric or duodenal ulcer, colon cancer, colorectal cancer, ruptured esophageal varices, and so on.
Handling of degree 3 and 4 perineal tears that have not been corrected properly can be done with surgery and re-suturing. This procedure is usually performed by an obstetrician. With proper handling, it is not impossible, this condition can be cured completely so that you no longer experience significant complaints. Therefore, you try to check your condition directly to the doctor or obstetrician so that it is handled properly, while waiting for the best time for surgery and suturing, the doctor can first give you several types of drugs so that your complaints improve. In addition, you can also do the following tips:
Avoid constipation, i.e. by drinking more, eating vegetables and fruit, not holding back CHAPTER Not having anal sex Always keep the anal area clean and surrounding area Do not carelessly take medicine without a doctor's prescription Do not have too much physical activity Hopefully it helps yes ..