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It was an assisted one with forceps and had a second degree tear and episiotomy. Initially i thought it's the stitches in the muscle but am getting worried now as my condition is just not improving.
I have been doing hot water seating & bath Hi ladies, I gave birth 7 weeks ago.
Episiotomy is healing well as the doc told me, taking some antibiotics though.
Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust [Accessed November 2017] QG. Queensland Maternity and Neonatal Clinical Guideline: Perineal care. 7 weeks on and am still not able to sit, stand and walk properly.
If the thought of having sex again makes you feel anxious, talk to your doctor or health visitor. It's hard to say, because every labour is different, and there's no clear answer about the best way to avoid the most serious tears. A small number of women have long-term perineal pain or problems with controlling when they poo. Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
After a tear, you may also have pain during sex, or find you leak wee (stress incontinence).
Your midwife will give you a local anaesthetic to numb the area and then carefully stitch the tear. Learn more about your pelvic floor after the birth, or watch our video to discover how other mums relieved the discomfort of tearing. European Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology and Reproductive Biology 137(2):152-156 Beckmann MM, Stock OM. Antenatal perineal massage for reducing perineal trauma. National Institute of Health and Care Excellence, Clinical Guideline, 37. Make sure you wash your hands thoroughly, before and after. Post partum infections: A review for the non-Ob Gyn. Making sure your stitches are clean will help them to heal as well as reduce the risk of infection.