The Vagina Is Torn After Giving Birth Normally But Is Not Sewn?
Hi introduce me Ella, my mother gave birth normally, but it hasn’t been ripped in surgery, because the GK and costs, and we are in the village, if you have 28 years in surgery at risk for GK for health? Because my mother is 56 years old UN, please answer yes, thank you 🙏🙏
Hello Ella, Thank you for the question.
When a woman gives birth normally, the vaginal wall and perineum (the area between the vagina and the anus) can experience tears for example due to the size of the baby's head that is too large or the size of the baby's head is normal but the vaginal wall is not elastic enough. The severity of the tear also varies from mild to severe. To deal with this vaginal tear, the doctor will generally perform suturing. In addition to repairing the wound so the wound can heal properly, this suturing also helps prevent further bleeding. If for some reason the suturing is not done, the body can generally regenerate or in other words, the wound can heal by itself but it is indeed possible that the healing of the wound is not optimal, for example, it grows quite a lot of scar tissue. If your mother currently does not experience complaints or certain symptoms in her vagina, then no action is needed. But if you experience a complaint or symptoms related to the genital area, then the obstetrician must first be examined to ascertain the cause so that the doctor can also determine the appropriate treatment.
Hopefully this information is enough to answer your questions.