The Cause Of The Caesarean Scar Is Still Bleeding?
I want to know if the shaking is out of the way small then ch even though it’s almost 1 week u0026amp; already controlled, already glued again … what’s the solution r nNi is the 2nd fault r nTrma thanks …
We understand the concern you experience, for caesarean section scars will disappear slowly within 6 weeks after the operation. To speed up healing, several things you can do include:
Do not move too much, get plenty of rest 1-2 weeks after giving birth It is hoped that you do not carry heavy loads / items (heavier than the baby) Take care of your stomach, if you cough, laugh or sneeze hold the lower part of your stomach Increase consumption of water, and foods that are nutritious Change the bandage every day, keep the wound clean if the caesarean section has conditions such as:
Fever The wound becomes swollen, reddish or feels warm The incision is bleeding The incision is bleeding pus Increased pain in the incision area Full / hard feeling in the abdomen Discharge smells bad from the incision So you should check the condition of the caesarean scar again to an obstetrician who treats you so that you can examine the caesarean incision scar and later get the right treatment again.
Next, I attach an article regarding 5 steps that need to be taken to recover after cesarean section to add information.
So that I can convey, hopefully useful.