1 months old baby

Question: Hii Doctor,I delivered a baby girl through c section 16 days back.Now I don't hv pain on the stich area but inside my stomach I feel pain sometimes and at night I am sleeping by turning right side.will it effect my stiches?

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Answer: Hello, Dear it must be after pains. You can feel some sharp pains in your stomach sometimes because your uterus is shrinking back to its normal shape . So don't worry just take rest and it will be fine on its own..
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    Jayashree Chowdhury Mukherjee1042 days ago

    Thnk you so much...😊

Answer: It will not affect if you are already aonth passed the c section as mentioned in your app data. But refrain from excess torsion try to sleep on your left for few more days till you do not feel any pain in tummy.
Answer: Thnku...😊
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