Treatment Of Stitches That Are Still Painful Postpartum?
Greetings. I want to ask. I have given birth for half a month. But the stitches still hurt when sitting. Friends recommend using an antiseptic so that the wound dries quickly. What I am asking is, are there any side effects of using this antiseptic? Is it put on the back or can it be directly wounded? And how many times should it be used properly? Please respond y. Thank you in advance.
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The condition for healing post-natal wounds or post-surgical sutures does take several weeks to months depending on the size and depth of the wound. Injury is a condition of tissue damage that can occur accidentally or intentionally (surgical wound). In the healing process, pain becomes one of the symptoms that can arise, especially if there is a stretch, move, or activity in the area concerned.
The use of antiseptic itself aims to create conditions that are free of microbes. Can be applied when dressing or dressing dressing is suitable for the wound. In general, the use of antiseptics can be applied to the wound area and the dressing area (usually the liquid antiseptic will seep into the wound dressing). If the wound is found to be still constantly wet, draining fluid or blood from the scar, the wound feels painful, accompanied by redness and swelling in the wound. around the wound, it is advisable to return control to the doctor related to surgery for monitoring and treatment of the postoperative wound condition. Pain medication can be given for pain management in wounds, and other medicines can be adjusted to the condition of the wound.
Hopefully this information helps you,