What is a perineal tear?
Perineal tear usually occurs when the baby’s head or shoulders are too large to pass through the vaginal opening
What is an episiotomy?
An incision in the perineum is made in order to enlarge the vaginal opening and prevent spontaneous tearing
When to do an episiotomy?
Episiotomies are no longer recommended. However, the procedure is sometimes needed
Your health care provider might recommend an episiotomy if:
Your baby needs to be token out quickly with help
You’re likely to have a fourth-degree tear
So.. don't jump into it
Research has shown that moms seem to do better without an episiotomy, with less risk of infection, blood loss, perineal pain, and incontinence as well as faster healing
If your doctor or midwife feels you need an episiotomy when you're in labor, they will discuss this with you
How you can be prepared?
If you have a tear or an episiotomy, you'll probably need stitches to repair it.
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