Feb 15, 2018 · “After all, if a woman has 700 or 800 pounds of weight being rhythmically applied to her cervix and vagina for 10 hours before having a C-section, she is more likely to have more vaginal pain Author: Abi Berwager Schreier. I had an emergency c section and I do not recall having any vaginal pain afterwards. While in the hospital and on pain meds, I really didn't feel any discomfort at all. When discharged (with no prescription meds) I only felt pain where my incision was, no vaginal pain whatsoever.
May 11, 2018 · While you're recovering from your C-section, remember that you're also recovering from pregnancy. Here's what to expect: Vaginal discharge. After delivery, you'll begin to shed the superficial mucous membrane that lined your uterus during pregnancy. You'll have vaginal discharge consisting of this membrane and blood (lochia) for weeks. One of the obvious differences between vaginal birth and cesarean is that the incision you are left with takes some time to heal. You will want to take care to clean the area as instructed by the doctor after your delivery. After a c-section your doctor will probably recommend that you come in for a checkup a week to 10 days out.
You may be focused on your baby, but your body needs to heal after a C-section, too. Here’s what to expect after surgery, plus a few things you can do to heal faster.Author: Hallie Levine. How will I feel after a c-section? Like any new mother, you'll probably feel both euphoric about and overwhelmed by the new person in your arms. But you'll also be recovering from major abdominal surgery while dealing with typical postpartum issues such as engorged breasts, mood swings, and vaginal.