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    I've had two c/section, I noticed that 2nd time round, it was alot neater than the 1st, I had woman ob that's what I put it down too! I still have some numbness last c/section 18months ago, it's almost unnoticeable! And yes they cut over the same scar, it does hurt a lil more cause they cutting through scar tissue! But you don't really feel it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uniquey View Post
    Mine is 5 years old now and although extremely neat and straight etc, it is keloid, so still dark pink, still slightly raised and very visible. It was slightly opened up again a year later when I had my appendix removed, but even still, it's hardly faded at all and is above my 'hair line' so you definitely still see it.
    Is your scar itchy? After the revision the 2nd time around it's heaps better, but after the first it was badly raised and insanely itchy. Mine is also very visible *sighs* why couldn't I get the light silvery line?

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    Light silvery line...what's that?! I hear you Delirium , I wish too!

    Mine is getting better on the itchy front, it used to drive me bonkers, but now it's only ever itchy occasionally, thank goodness.

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    Mine is three and half years old and I was cut so low down its covered. If I look closely I can see a very faint white line. Going for my second in june hopefully it stays neat. Same doc so very hopeful

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    Quote Originally Posted by joalisha View Post
    I've had two c/section, I noticed that 2nd time round, it was alot neater than the 1st, I had woman ob that's what I put it down too!
    Yes I think it makes a huge difference so much better words don't explain

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    Almost 3 years on you can barely see mine but I still don't have full sensation and at times it gets quite itchy!

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    Thank you fellow caesar mummies for sharing your scars!

    I had been wondering if mine would fade more but don't know anyone IRL I could ask.

    Mine was itchy too and sometimes I'd be dying to scratch it but was in public! I think in general people don't realise how "low" the scar is. Not something you can really flash around at a party!! LOL!

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    Quote Originally Posted by laurea View Post
    overhanging skin
    That is normal all of us have it no exercise can remove it

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    I swear by cheap old micropore tape to help heal the scar.. I've had 2 c/s and you can't even see where I was cut they are so perfect!!! About to have a 3rd c/s in a few weeks and hope its just as good..
    As for feeling tho I still have no feelings in part of it or really sensitive in other parts..


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