Stitching Was Torn After Giving Birth 4 Months Ago?
I want to ask if Jhitn is ripped but can’t be repaired, what can I do like Smula … what should I do when you don’t get it when it’s already 4 months old … if you don’t have it, you can’t fix it. but I don’t know if the vagina is more loose
Thank you for the question.
Stitches in the perineum after childbirth are normal if treated properly will often heal in 1 to 4 weeks. The healing time of these seams can be longer if the tear is very wide, the wound has a secondary infection, you often overactivate physical activity, or also if against other complications, such as lack of nutrition, bleeding disorders, connective tissue disorders, and so on. You can observe the signs of scar in the perineum that have not healed with prolonged bleeding, genital area that feels painful, swollen, runny, or can also fester continuously.
Ascertain whether stitches in the postpartum perineum have healed completely or not should not be done independently, but with a doctor's examination. Have you ever checked the condition of your injuries to the doctor?
If not, we recommend that you not conclude too early, let alone give treatment carelessly in the seam of the former birth. It could be, in fact the post-delivery stitches in your perineum have healed, it's just that inflammation occurs around the perineum due to other causes, such as irritation, infection, excessive sex, excessive scratching or friction, and so on. This condition will certainly be different from the treatment of the former birth seams that are torn again.
Check your condition first to a doctor or obstetrician, right? If it is true that your post-delivery stitches are torn again, then the doctor will first evaluate how severe the tears are. If the tear is minimal, there may be no need for special treatment, because the wound can come back naturally. However, if it turns out that the tear is quite large, especially for example a secondary infection that can inhibit healing, of course further treatment needs to be done, such as drug administration, wound care, suturing, and so on.
Hope this helps ...