a c-section on the nineteenth of February, and today noticed half
of the scar was red and painful, and about 2 inches above the cut
was a tiny raised red bump that is extremely painful.
two connected? And what could it be?
from a cesarean delivery at first, the scar will be slightly raised,
puffy, and darker than the rest of your skin, but it'll start to shrink
significantly within six weeks of surgery.
incision is only 4 to 6 inches long and about 1/8 inch wide. As the
incision site continues to heal, your scar will more closely match
your skin color and will narrow to about 1/16 inch wide. It might
be itchy while it's healing.
c-section scar usually will be gone completely after about 2 months.
be just fluid that your body have to absorb.