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Episiotomy Scar or Obstetrical Tear Pain
The term “episiotomy scar pain” is used to describe the distress or pain felt in the perineal region as a consequence of healing or scarring following an episiotomy or obstetrical rupture. This discomfort may affect a woman’s sexual health and general quality of life long after the first healing period has passed. In order to deliver the baby, a doctor may make an incision in the perineum (an episiotomy) or an obstetrical tear may occur. These procedures are occasionally essential, but they often come with some degree of postoperative pain or discomfort. Perineal pain and discomfort might persist if scar tissue forms if recovery is inadequate. It is possible for women to feel perineal pain or discomfort after giving birth if they had an episiotomy or suffered an obstetrical tear. Women of many ages and walks of life may be affected by this illness, not only those who are pregnant or have already given birth and are experiencing postpartum discomfort or chronic pain from scar tissue.
The Treatments That We Offer At YHVH Medical Aesthetics Are:
Frequently Asked Questions
Episiotomy or rip pain lasts differently for each woman. Acute postpartum discomfort usually fades between weeks to months. Some women feel ongoing discomfort or agony. If pain lingers or disrupts everyday life, visit a doctor.
Scar tissue or inadequate perineal healing may cause sexual discomfort. Discuss any issues with your spouse and doctor. They may advise on postures, lubrication, and pain relief to improve sexual enjoyment.