Tips for recovering scars after cesarean section

Incision in the abdomen and uterus after a cesarean section, requires a long recovery time. The process of healing cesarean section wounds often even causes discomfort. Even though at that time, you had to keep taking care of your baby. So that you are not tortured by this process and can heal faster than a caesarean section wound. Here are some things you need to consider to treat scars after a cesarean section, so that infections don't occur and help your recovery process. Caring for Suture Wounds Cesarean section incisions are usually 10-15 cm long. Maybe the scars initially appear prominent, slightly swollen or darker in color than other skin surface colors. If no infection occurs, the wound will shrink and heal significantly, in about 6 weeks. For less than 48 hours after a caesarean section, the usual complaints are nausea, difficulty moving, and itching in the surgical wound. Here are some ways that can be done to help support health recovery after a caesarean section…
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