It is important to thing about contraception after having a baby. You can get pregnant again from 3 weeks postpartum, even if you haven’t had a period, even if you are breastfeeding. Don’t wait until your 6-week check, get the information you need now.
So first things first, it is very common for first time mums to have stitches. They will take about 10 days to dissolve and 6 weeks to be fully healed. However, it can take even longer for sensation in the vagina and perineum to return to normal as the nerves may still be healing
Mastitis is a breast infection that causes pain, swelling, redness and tenderness of one or both breasts. It can affect women who are breastfeeding. The milk ducts get blocked and infected.