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The 'Husband Stitch' during episiotomy repair is a disturbing reality for many new mothers

The Independent - Jan 29, 2018
During childbirth, it is not uncommon for women to undergo tearing or episiotomes to aid in removal of the infant. But, as a result, a disturbing amount of women have found themselves the unintentional recipients of the “Husband Stitch,” an extra ...

Perineal Care: An International Issue – Healthcare, Healthcare Services, Therapeutic Area, Women's Health Industries

satPRnews (press release) - Mar 8, 2018
Chapters are included on the anatomy of the pelvic floor, the management of perineal trauma, episiotomy, prevention of perineal trauma, the development of a perineal tear assessment tool, health after childbirth, and postpartum care of the perineum ...

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Is it easier to heal from a tear or an episiotomy?

You wanted to know if it's easier to heal from a tear or an episiotomy. First off, chances are great that you will have stitches after you have your baby. Studies have shown that about 85%...

Episiotomy - Remix - 07 - Surgery Step 5 - Animation of the closure procedure

This video is part of an interactive learning module for OBGYN students and residents created by St. Paul Hospital Millennium Medical College, University of Ghana and University of Michigan....

How long should pain last after a diagonal episiotomy?

It's a fact that about 85% of women go home from the hospital with stitches after having a baby, either from having a spontaneous tear or an episiotomy. You mentioned that you had a diagonal...


description of 2 methods of performing an episiotomy.

Is it better to tear or be cut?

Three doulas discuss the pros and cons of being allowed to tear rather than undergoing an episiotomy, a surgical incision. 3 Doulas, 100 questions, 60 seconds! Here's the details of the doulas...