The Presence Of Stitches In The Inner Vagina?
In the morning I want to ask at the time of the birth of the first child after birth normally there are stitches in the inner vagina, now has removed the kb for 4 years plan to have a second child, until now the stitches are still there, whether the seams that cover the path of the egg cell so that it cannot meet with sperm ?? For HB intensities a week can be up to 3 times, r nBefore I say thank you 🙂
Good evening, April, thank you for the question.
Sutures in the mother's vagina may be done because of a tear after giving birth to your first child, in order to restore the shape of the vagina to resemble its shape before the tear, but these stitches do not generally obstruct the pathway of the egg and sperm to prevent fertilization.
Your situation where you have not been pregnant again until now can be influenced by various things, such as:
The type of birth control that you use before finally deciding to remove it, because each type of birth control has its own time to restore the time of fertility History of inflammation in the fallopian tubes, if ever occurs, allows for permanent closure of these channels. Positions and habits after inappropriate intercourse . We recommend that after intercourse, it is advisable not to immediately stand up and not immediately clean the vagina, give more time for more sperm to 'come in' with a fixed position to lie down and prop your buttocks using a pillow for about 5 minutes When making the wrong relationship, you should do intercourse especially during fertility. Generally about 14 days before the next menstrual cycle Consumption of certain drugs such as painkillers in the long term and often History of radiation in the abdominal or pubic area in women, or radiation in the pubic area in men The quality of your husband's sperm Disease certain diseases that can affect female hormones or cause problems in the attachment of eggs in the uterus and others To find out the cause, and help you and your husband plan a second child pregnancy program, it is advisable to consult further with a gynecologist.
I hope this helps.