Stitches Give Birth To Itchy And Smelling Yellow Discharge?
Hello … I want to ask … I have already done 2 months after giving birth normally. But the stitches haven’t been healed, but the yellow liquid is coming out, sometimes itchy and hot. In fact, the keloid is also stretching and the threads are hanging because the keloid is deflated, and the keloid is red. I see a lot of stitches in mis v visible. what should I do?
Hello Sylvia, thanks for the question to HealthReplies.com
Basically, a normal postnatal suture wound will heal within 7-10 days. Chronic fluid (fluid that comes out of the vagina after childbirth) should also have stopped coming out after the postpartum period is over. If until now your childbirth stitches are not yet dry and odorous discharge comes out of your vagina, you MUST immediately check with your obstetrician. Both conditions are likely to occur due to an infection in the reproductive tract and infection of the stitches. A direct examination (as well as a microbiological examination if possible) is needed to diagnose the exact cause of the symptoms you are experiencing.
Here are a few things you need to pay attention to:
Do not douche (wash and soak the vagina in chemicals or certain traditional ingredients) Do not engage in sexual intercourse until your doctor allows it. Avoid inserting certain objects into the vagina, including avoiding touching the wound when you examine the wound. yourself Change your pads at least every 3-4 hours (do not use all day) Wash your vagina with warm water when you shower Do sitz bath, which is soaking the vaginal area with warm water for 10-15 minutes to launch blood circulation to the pubic area. Do not mix any ingredients into the water.
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