anyone have a episiotomy and fourth degree tear?

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  1. nat4lie86

    nat4lie86 Well-Known Member

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    mine can still be quite painful will it always be like this?
    and what happened when you had another baby?
     
  2. lauzliddle

    lauzliddle Alfie and mollys mummy

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    I had a episiotomy and 3rd degree tear with my first, it wasnt really hurting at 10 months only when we :sex: and that was only a tiny bit, however i find i cant use Tampax any more,

    Also it didn't affect me during labour with molly i had the most tiny graze with her that didn't need any treatment.
     
  3. nat4lie86

    nat4lie86 Well-Known Member

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    i cant use tampax either. the scar is nowhere near as painful as it was but i get niggly pains now and again.
    its nice to hear it didnt happen a second time, and you babies are close together.
    thanks for the replyxx
     
  4. MiissMuffet

    MiissMuffet Well-Known Member

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    i did hun, and although still abit tender i'm ok now. Trying for another baby too :haha:
     
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    i had to google what tear am I, coz as what I've known, when I gave birth the doctor says to my husband "nobody touches her anus except me" guess I'm on the 4th degree tear. At ten months, i'm completely healed now, and just like MsMuffet, trying for another baby too, hopefully when LO turns one, and that's just one month away. ayeeee!
     
  6. nat4lie86

    nat4lie86 Well-Known Member

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    thanks for the replys.
     

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