Overcoming Post-Caesarean Wounds That Cannot Be Fused Even After Being Re-stitched?
Hi, I want to ask. I have just had SC surgery for a second child and a week, my stitching operation is open and I have to be reectured and it turns out that 3 days after rehecting, my wound is festering and 3 h, then I go to the doctor and discharge the pus and give a good antibiotic drug. the pus stopped and after a few days my stitches were opened one side left it turned out that the stitches did not merge alias open and the right side merged said doctor my skin tissue did not function so did not coalesce and the next thread was not opened afraid of the tear widening … my wound position was dry .. I want to ask this, how come it’s like that huh? My obstetrician advised me to see a plastic specialist. I’m afraid this wound does not coalesce, what should I do?
Suture injuries vary in time to heal. In clean wounds (such as surgical scars), regular, and shallow, of course healing faster. On the other hand, extensive, deep, and dirty wounds take longer to heal. In general, surgical wounds take about 2 weeks to heal. However, some people experience complications during the healing process, as you experience. The cause is not very clear. If the exposed skin tissue is dry or dead, the doctor must create a new 'wound'. This means that the layer of your skin is partially removed so that there is healthy tissue. Then do the sewing again.
You don't need to worry first. Consult this problem with the surgeon as recommended. The doctor will make a good incision to make sure both surfaces of the tissue are connected. At this time, make sure your wounds are always clean, so there is no infection. Eat lots of protein to help repair tissue.
Thus a brief explanation that I can convey. Hope you recover soon. Regards.