Take Medicine Without A Doctor’s Prescription?
I gave birth 5hr ago, and before I did not CHAPTER 6 days, I was afraid when CHAPTER pain, because I often constipated, can I take ibuprofen beforehand? Thank you in advance
Hello Paulin, thanks for asking.
The process of giving birth often involves making a pasa perineum (the skin between the vagina and the anus), to facilitate the release of the baby. The incision is then neatly stitched again and takes several weeks to heal completely. The healing time is certainly different for each person. Naturally, if you still feel pain and swelling in the wound. As long as there is no pus, blood, or odor from the wound, you don't need to worry. The wound will improve gradually.
The pain does cause anxiety when urinating and defecating. If you do have a history of constipation, drink plenty of water, multiply eat grains and fruit, you can also add other types of fiber such as jelly or agar (with minimal sugar). Ibuprofen is sold freely, but ibuprofen is not recommended for breastfeeding mothers, except if the condition of the mother really needs ibuprofen. You can try paracetamol first (make sure you don't have an allergic reaction to paracetamol). The dose is 3-4 times a day, 1-2 tablets at a time. The maximum dose per day is 4000 grams (8 tablets). If you feel you do not get any effect from paracetamol, first consult with your obstetrician, for the possibility of taking ibuprofen or other types of drugs. In addition, your doctor may be able to prescribe laxatives if necessary.
Hopefully this answer can help. Regards.