The Cause Of Normal Postpartum Suture Is Loose And Fluid Comes Out?
Hello, I want to ask you, it’s been almost 2 months I gave birth normally, but I don’t know why I made it until the anus, well after 3 days I control there are complaints of swelling, gt, but check the midwife, don’t say anything, just give me a prescription drug I just found out from the control I found a long nglewer thread, I didn’t immediately check it because after the control the midwife said what I thought it was okay, it turned out that the pain was really painful and the fluid got more and more discharge, finally after two days I checked again said the midwife had to be sewn again, what can I do? apparently it turns out that I only tested it inside, my mother said, the outer flesh has withered at all, it can’t be sewn, think the midwife can stick to her own, then just keep in control when the midwife talks, then sew the lining again. outside if it’s already dry like that … that’s what is the right way to handle it, what do you think is the reason for my first connection? small aging in the anus mouth and it goes to the scissors and it still feels painful until now it keeps coming out again next to the other one think it can be removed or not yes, please answer thanks
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If there are no other complications, after giving birth, the wound in the perineum will heal within 1 to 4 weeks. Of course, the duration of this recovery can vary depending on many factors, including:
Degree of tear wound care General conditions of the patient, such as nutritional status, history of the disease complications, such as secondary infections, vaginal fistulas, etc. Perineal scars that do not go together, always wet, and feel extreme pain are likely to occur due to a fairly wide tear and deep, for example until it reaches the anus (degrees 3 or 4). It could also be, the duration of this healing occurs because your wound has a secondary infection, for example due to cleanliness and poor handling. Pain due to perineal scars that have not healed can also be aggravated by the presence of hemorrhoids (hemorrhoids) that inflamed in your anus.
Without a direct examination, we cannot determine how severe your wound condition is. Therefore, we are not authorized to judge whether the handling given by the midwife is appropriate or not. We suggest, to get optimal treatment related to your condition, you should consult yourself directly to an expert, namely a doctor or obstetrician. Through a thorough physical evaluation, of course the doctor can assess how severe the degree of your perineal injury, including what complication causes the wound has not healed until now. If necessary, your doctor may recommend you undergo surgery to repair wounds in the perineum and hemorrhoids that you experience so that you can return to normal activities
Here are our initial suggestions:
To minimize pain, avoid excessive activity first, take medicine paracetamol, soak in warm water Do not use dirty or tight pants Do not have sex before the doctor declares it safe for you to do it. Get plenty of rest. Eat foods that are nutritious, rich in protein and calories Don't smoke or taking any medication (except those prescribed directly by a doctor). Don't touch excessive wounds in the perineum. Hope it helps.