Noticing a lump above your caesarean section scar can be worrying. Understanding what might be causing the lump will help you make informed decisions about your health. Read on to learn more about haematoma, scar tissue, incisional hernia, and endometriosis, and find out what steps to take next.
If you discover a lump above your caesarean section scar, it is recommended to schedule an appointment with your general practitioner (GP) as soon as possible. Your GP will assess the lump, determine its cause, and provide guidance on any necessary treatment. Seeking prompt medical attention will ensure you receive the appropriate care and peace of mind.
Coming across a lump above your caesarean section scar can be concerning, but understanding the potential causes can help you take appropriate action. Whether it's a haematoma, scar tissue, incisional hernia, or endometriosis, consulting your doctor is crucial for accurate diagnosis and treatment. Remember to prioritise your health and seek medical advice if you notice any changes or abnormalities near your scar.
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