Suture In Caesarean Section?
At the very end there is a thread. But the thread is hard like brown wood. That’s how you do it. Is that dangerous?
Hello, thanks for the question to Aldookter
First of all, you should explain first, when exactly did you give birth? Are you referring to the outside of the wound glued is your skin only covered with surgical glue and not sewn, or do you mean that the wound is stitched and then covered with tape over it?
If it is only in glue but there is a thread that comes out, it is likely that the thread is the thread from the inner seam which will be absorbed by the skin itself. If your skin is also sewn, then you need to look at the stitching technique used. If the stitches used are deep stitches (subcutis sutures), then the thread will also be absorbed by the skin itself. If external seams are used, then it is necessary to know further whether the stitches use thread that can be absorbed or thread that cannot be absorbed. When you use a thread that can be absorbed, the protrusion will also disappear on its own. In the above conditions, the doctor can also shorten the protruding thread. If you use thread that is not absorbed, it will also be pulled out when you control the suture wound.
The condition that you are experiencing is not dangerous. The following are some of the signs that make you have to immediately control your obstetrician again:
wounds and skin around the wound appear increasingly red, swollen, and painful discharge from the pus out of the liquid odorous odor from the wound smelled the odor from the wound your doctor.
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