Ill be having my 4th csection at the end of January. I have been having alot of pain along my scar. Should I be worried?
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06-12-2014 08:36 #1
06-12-2014 08:54 #2
Hi there, it could be just stretching but worst case scenario is that the old scar is coming apart. I'd get it checked. You can also have an ultrasound to look at scar thickness. Better to be on the safe side but hopefully it's just stretching x
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