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Cesarean section scar healing

Cesarean section scar healing


Cesarean section scar healing


C-sections can cause scarring. In some women, these scars become thick, raised, and red. That may mean that your scar is hypertrophic, where your body created more scar tissue than necessary. A hypertrophic scar is harmless, but it may get irritated when you wear clothes, or you may not like how it looks.


How long does it take a C-section scar to heal? By two weeks, your scar should look and feel much better. That said, it can take anywhere from six weeks to three months before you’re fully healed.

Overgrown scar tissue from a c-section can cause numbness, pain, and tightness in the lower abdomen. It can also be difficult to activate your abdominal muscles, leading to subsequent feelings of weakness or back pain.

In the early stages, scar tissue isn’t always painful. This is because nerves in the area may have been destroyed along with healthy body tissues. But over time, scar tissue may become painful as nerve endings regenerate.

Scar tissue can have a local area of pain when touched or stretched or it can produce a referred pain that feels like that of a nerve which is a constant annoying burn that occasionally turns sharp.

Typical symptoms caused by abdominal adhesions include abdominal discomfort around the belly button that is cramp-like followed by distention of the abdomen. Symptoms may become intense with obstruction. Abdominal surgery is the most frequent cause of abdominal adhesions.



Topically apply the Wounds and Scrapes Blend over the wound.

Drink 1 capsule, Inflammation Blend and DNA Protector once a day.

Topically apply Frankincense and Myrrh Blend over the scar for 6 months.

Drink 2 capsules of Diatome, a day, to further assist with tissue healing.

Anther topical application alternative – apply 1 to 2 drops of Frankincense 5ml 10ml, Lavender 5ml 10ml, Rose Geranium 5ml 10ml, and Helichrysum 5ml 10ml on and widely around the scar, 2 to 3 times daily until improved.

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