35+ Sore Stomach 6 Weeks After C Section PNG. Your wound is red, swollen or painful. The muscle surrounding the wound may also feel weak.
Many babies are delivered via cesarean sections. The area around the stitches, staples, or tape on your belly will be sore for the first few days. Your doctor will want to see you for a checkup 2 to 6 weeks after delivery.
Your wound is red, swollen or painful.
This is the phase in which the tissues of the body begin to mature and return during this time, there may be mild itching and sore after a long day of work or undergoing stress. There may be a week or 2 where you don't feel any pain. After six weeks of rest, you'll probably be raring to go. Here are four suggestions to speed up your recovery so you can spend less time sore and tired, and more time bonding with your new baby.