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How To Treat Vaginal Tear Quickly
Question confusing ?: Do you see a tear ? Do you just see blood ? A newborn girl may have a little menstrual blood as a reflection of the hormones of pregnancy on the babies uterus.It can start after a day or two but seldom after a week.It is rarely more than what would cover a few q-tips. If that is what you see, it will slow & stop.If you see bright red blood or some injury, have it evaluated by a pediatrician. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
In the 1st sex i had vaginal tear(6months ago).I was bleeding heavily.I was treated in hospital.I aint had vaginal sex again.It tears again if i sex?
Is this post-deliver: A "sitz" bath is the german word for sitting, and it basically means soaking in a bath tub. The purpose of this is to keep the are clean. You should check with your obgyn but normally, this area will heal well by keeping a pad with Bacitracin ointment (not neosporin) and changing this twice daily. A bath can feel soothing but a shower is perfectly fine and it is okay to get wet. Should heal well. ...Read more
Vaginal tear: Tear or rip on vaginal mucosa.Get a more detailed answer ›
It depends.: Everyone's pain threshold can be different. Most patients might require some narcotic pain medicine for a few days to a week or two at the most. In general, as unlikely as it might seem to be, surgery in this area is extremely well tolerated and recovery tends to be relatively rapid. ...Read more
GYN: Obviously, contact your ob-gyn. Make sure you have been cleared for sexual activity.. Make sure that the tear has completely healed. Use vaginal pads instead of tampons until you have healed. ...Read more
Not always: Not necessarily, but you seen right away to be checked. ...Read more
It depends.: Most tears should heal within two to three weeks at the most. Topical Bacitracin (not neosporin) with a pad should be changed two to three times daily, and at least a daily bath or shower. It should heal without any problems but it might be sore for a few weeks to months so be careful with intercourse and bicycles, spin classes, etc. ...Read more
5-7 d rest: 5-7 days if you give the area rest and keep it clean. Of course size and depth and surrounding tissue health matters. ...Read more
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