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Vaginal birth with 2nd degree tear. How soon will it heal so I can have sex?

Vaginal birth with 2nd degree tear. How soon will it heal so I can have sex?

Gynecologist: Ask your ob/gyn doctor who did the delivery and the repair. It may vary slightly with your age, state of health, types of sutures, etc. ...Read more

Sexual Intercourse (Definition)

Couples often worry about having sex during pregnancy. They may be afraid that having sex could cause a miscarriage or harm the baby. It is best to talk to your doctor or nurse midwife about your specific situation to make sure you are considered at low risk for complications such a ...Read more


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Had a baby at 22 weeks..... she was 1 lbs via vaginal birth.no pain or tearing at all jus cramping at the time. It's been 1 week and 3 days now I have minimal bleeding I really want to have sex but I knw its not safe yet .....what about clitoral stimulati

Had a baby at 22 weeks..... she was 1 lbs via vaginal birth.no pain or tearing at all jus cramping at the time. It's been 1 week and 3 days now I have minimal bleeding I really want to have sex but I knw its not safe yet .....what about clitoral stimulati

Good to feel good: 22 week deliveries are stressful, not because of the actual process (small baby, easier birth) but because of the concern about your baby. If your baby survived, there's the stress of keeping a very young baby alive. And statistically 10% or less do survive, so you could have the stress of loss. Gentle cuddling including erogenous stimulation may be really helpful in coming through a difficult tim ...Read more

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What is a better option, vaginal birth orna csection? Does the vagina go back to normal after birth? What are the changes that happen?

What is a better option, vaginal birth orna csection? Does the vagina go back to normal after birth? What are the changes that happen?

It depends: In an uncomplicated pregnancy (healthy mother with normal anatomy and well developed stable fetus), vaginal delivery is ideal (this is how nature intended it to be!!). C-sections are necessary in some cases to preserve the health of both mother and baby, but this is still a significant surgery which should not be taken lightly. ...Read more

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I had a 3rd degree vaginal tear giving birth 11 months ago. I am unable to have sex due to the pain. What is still causing the pain and what can I do?

I had a 3rd degree vaginal tear giving birth 11 months ago. I am unable to have sex due to the pain. What is still causing the pain and what can I do?

you need evaluation: As it may be from scar tissue or nerve entrapment, you may be abve to be treated with creams but u may need surgical revision, please see your gyn and if your gyn does not feel comfortable treating it or doing the procedure u can be referred to someone who specializes in doing that like at your local university med school center. ...Read more

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I had a vaginal birth 7 weekz ago, tears inside and perineum have healed but 2nd degree labial tear hasn't. Doctor wasnt interested? What can I do?

Labial tear... : By 6 weeks post partum your tears should have healed... Go and see another doc for another look .... It might be healed but you still have some residual pain... In which case only time will help. ...Read more

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Is it true if you have a lot of sex, vaginal birth will be easier?

?: Not that i've ever heard of. Think about the relative sizes involved and you will see why this is not logical. ...Read more

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After giving vaginal birth how long does it take for everything heal and go back to normal?

6 weeks: The rate and way human tissue heals is remarkably consistent; 6 weeks is usual. ...Read more

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How long after giving vaginal birth does episiotomy take to heal?

How long after giving vaginal birth does episiotomy take to heal?

Up to 6 weeks: The superficial stitches part will heal in 7-10 days. The underneath part can take a few weeks to feel normal again. ...Read more

Vaginal Birth (Definition)

A vaginal birth is one in which the baby passes thru the cervical opening into the vagina and out the vaginal opening. Sometimes naturally, or sometimes with assistance with forceps or vacuum extraction to assist moving the baby's head thru a vaginal area ...Read more


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