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Reasons of chronic pain after Cesarean Section and what you can do…

Out of 1.27 million C-sections are performed in US, 76000 to 229000 cases are reported of chronic pain following C-section. This pain can lead to a number of problems including changes in bowel or bladder habits, pain with urination or bowel movements, pain with functional activities like sitting, walking, lifting, it can cause pain with sexual activity. There can be number of reasons for this chronic pain. It can be due to- scar tissue from C-section scar, infections and keloid formations increase chances of scar pain or restrictions in mobility and cause delayed healing of scar tissue. There can also be abdominal adhesions causing chronic abdominal pain. It is estimated that 93% of abdomin