The Stitches In Childbirth Feel Sore When Urinating?
.. I just gave birth 3 days normally. When I urinate it hurts because my urine is warm. Is that not dangerous ?? I also had several times accidentally sat a little apart. But there was no sound of loose stitching. If the suture comes off, my vagina will stretch out u0026amp; can not meet again even with herbs ??
During the delivery process, sometimes there are some unexpected things that happen, one of which is a tear in the perineum or the need for an episiotomy or an incision in the perineum to help enlarge the birth canal so that the baby is born more freely.
After that, sutures will be done so that the tear or incision is back together properly, suturing itself currently uses more threads that do not need to be reopened and will be absorbed by the body. For this reason, several things need to be done in order to prevent the risk of infection and complications from postpartum suture wounds. Some of these things are like:
Keep your body clean by showering at least once a day
Get air on the wound for at least 10 minutes, twice a day
Change pads regularly
Avoid wearing tights for better circulation
Eat foods that are nutritious and rich in fiber to avoid constipation, which makes bowel movements harder, risking irritating the stitches
Try to sit slowly and carefully
Take the medicine given as directed
Have your condition checked regularly to monitor the stitch marks and be aware if the wound feels sore, smells, smells and aches in the lower abdomen or pain in the perineum which indicates infection of the stitches. If the stitches are loose, the worry is that it can increase the risk of bleeding and also an infection that can harm you.
May be useful,
dr. Adhi P.