If you have stitches on your perineum, you should take special care of them. Sutures usually break down in about 2 weeks. Change the bandage regularly and wash thoroughly with running water after each bandage change and after using the toilet.

We offer to your attention some selected folk recipes, with the help of which they will successfully cope with the consequences of stitches.

Recipe 1

In the morning, at noon, and in the evening, 10 minutes before meals, the woman should drink 75-100 g of a decoction of agrimony, lavender, cleavers, marigold, rose flower, and mallow - in equal parts. 2 tablespoons of this mixture are brewed in 500 ml of boiling water. Boil on low heat for 10 min. After it cools down, strain.

Recipe 2

Two hours after a meal, drink 1 wine glass of decoction of chamomile and lady's mantle - brew 1 tablespoon of each of the two herbs with 500 ml. boiling water. Boil for 5 min. and strain after it cools down.

Recipe 3

In the evening before going to bed, 1-2 evenings in a row, a warm enema is made with 1 liter of chamomile tea, after it a cross compress is placed, soaked in warm chamomile tea, reinforced on the genitals themselves with a bag filled with warm, fresh, unsalted cottage cheese.

The cerebellum (occiput) is applied with a bag filled with 5 tablespoons of raw, grated potatoes, and the heart zone is rubbed with lukewarm water.

It is good to do a warm rinse (37-38C) with chamomile and mallow tea every evening - 1 tablespoon of each of the two herbs is brewed in 1 liter of boiling water. Let them steep until the tea cools down to the required temperature.