The Normal Postnatal Suture Thread Is Loosened?
Hello … I have delivered a normal birth for 4 months. However, the stitches of the birth canal have not yet turned into flesh, even though the midwife said my stitches are perfectly closed, but there is still a lump of black thread in my vaginal opening. Node threads sometimes come out long even though I pulled, want to be pulled too sick because benagx is embedded in the skin. What causes the thread is still there huh? Is it dangerous?
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. When a woman gives birth, especially to a large baby, first child, or when there is an error in pushing, tears often occur in the vaginal area, and it requires stitching in that area to restore the shape of the vagina as before.
There are stitches in this area that use thread that can be absorbed, and there are threads that cannot be absorbed. Yarn that can be absorbed into meat, is used to sew a torn inner layer. The advantages of this yarn, of course, can be absorbed so that no need to bother taking it. But the drawback, is he could be absorbed even though the wound has not fully healed, making the wound open again and not close completely.
For this reason we also need thread that cannot be absorbed to the outside, keeping the wound closed even though the thread inside is already absorbed. This thread must be removed after a dry wound, usually 7-10 days after delivery, depending on the severity and healing ability of each person. In our opinion, if you have never been in control of pulling threads, then the thread is not absorbed. Its existence is not dangerous, but of course it needs to be revoked. Our advice, you should check your condition with the obstetrician to pull out the thread, because pulling it yourself is not recommended. There's no need to rush and don't need to worry too much, because again this isn't dangerous. So, hopefully answering your question.