The Duration Of Stitching Wound Healing Gave Birth To Normal?
Ass … I gave birth 3 months ago … but my stitches were partially uneven after I had constipation after giving birth … what should I do? Is that okay or should I?
Hello Pipit, thanks for asking.
You need to explain first that what you mean by stitches is the stitches on the perineum (skin between the anus and vagina)? Because stitches can also mean stitches in the abdomen after a cesarean section. Post-injury, the healing process will occur scarring that functions to close the wound. After the wound heals, the scar tissue will generally shrink. In some people, scar tissue that forms will actually be enlarged and thickened. This is called keloid.
Keloids are not dangerous, it's just that it sometimes causes itching or pain. You can consult a dermatologist about this if it is disturbing. The doctor will assess the condition of the ajda and determine its actions. The action can be in the form of injection of keloids or incision (disposal) keloids. But please remember, in people who have a history of keloids, sometimes they can reappear after removal.
Hopefully this answer is useful. Regards.