The Caesarean Scar Is Bleeding And Feels Painful After Holding Back A Sneeze?
Hello doctor … I have a Cesar operation that has been running for 2 months and a half. And yesterday when the baby was sleepy, I would like to sneeze, but sneeze, I hold it. Still sneezing, but it doesn’t come off, I’m holding it in. Afraid that the child was surprised because I slept soundly after not sleeping for the whole day … Now after sneezing, a little blood came out in the scar. And why does the stomach feel so weird too? when it feels like it’s almost falling like that. then it feels really good again. Even though it doesn’t feel good anymore. Is it possible that the thread in my stomach is broken? so my own parno ohon Please explain. Thank you ..
Hello Rizki ...
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After a cesarean section, you will definitely get a cesarean section stitch, which you must take care of daily, until the wound dries. If the former has dried. Indicates that the thread has become one with the network, and is strong enough to move again. Even the tissues of the uterus that have been sewn are able to hold the stomach that stretches when you get pregnant again. Generally the stitches dry for about 6 to 8 weeks, but for overall recovery, it takes approximately 2 years. Normally, a stitch that has dried, will not cause pain or bleeding again. However, there are several conditions that cause a cesarean scar to tear again, such as when you have a normal delivery in a subsequent pregnancy, the pressure that occurs can make your uterus tear or rupture, or when you are obese in early pregnancy, or the process of pushing continuously so that the pressure on the abdomen stretching the abdominal skin or the area of the stitches.
The following is a sign that if a cesarean scar is torn, there is unusual vaginal bleeding, severe pain in the area of the suture area, a reddish color in the area of the suture area. What you can do to avoid tearing at the cesarean seam is, by avoiding trauma to the area of the suture area, avoiding heavy activities such as lifting heavy loads, getting enough rest, consuming high-protein foods to help speed up the healing process of the tissue. If the pain is unbearable, you can take a pain reliever that is safe for nursing mothers, namely paracetamol.
If the pain continues to be felt and does not go away, there is a high fever, until there is bleeding in the vagina, you should check your condition to the doctor, in order to get further handling. Thus my answer, hopefully it helps.