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The Scar in Pregnancy


The Scar in Pregnancy

🤰🤱New pregnancy. 🤰🤱 Previous caesarean section ....



you can and indeed should treat the scar if you have not undergone the treatment first?


When a caesarean is performed, various layers are cut starting from the skin, deeper down to the uterus.
In the following days the process takes place in reverse, instead of going from outside to inside, the healing proceeds goes from inside to outside.


Thus, the various layers begin to approach each other and to "merge". However, in this delicate process, the possibility of a deeper layer joining to a more superficial one and vice versa is not excluded, thus creating the famous adhesions.

Have you ever looked at your scar and noticed that it is sunken in one or more places?

This is a reflection of how your uterus is healing.

During pregnancy the uterus grows smoothly until it reaches the breastbone.             

Imagine that same uterus having undergone a caesarean section, how much those adhesions may limit its growth!!!

The great thing about our holistic treatment is that it allows you to treat the scar even during pregnancy (with some modifications) so if you became aware of this risk after getting pregnant again, know that you can still receive the treatment. 😍


A uterus with adhesions risks not stretching out in all points.

Usually, it is the uterus which will adapt to the baby, this time it will be the baby who has to adapt to the uterus.


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