No, the only area for hair removal is the skin covering the site or area cut to get through the uterus or womb. The most common C-section cut is just above the pubic bone and below the bikini line,...
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Research has long held that redheads need more anaesthetic than individuals...
After C-section birth, the stitches or staples will be removed from the wound after 5 days after which it takes 5-6 weeks for complete healing unless of course infection or wound breakdown have...
Once your doctor has stitched your wound up you and baby and partner will be transferred to the recovery room for 30 minutes to an hour providing all is well.
After you leave the recovery room you...
At Caesarcare we recommend 3 keys (P.E.P) to an empowered C-section and strong recovery. The keys are - good preparation & research, equipping yourself with helpful resources and planning...
In 2019, polls taken on several social media forums for women who have birthed by C-section have identified gaps in their knowledge about wound management in the postpartum period.
92 % of...
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