After a c-section, the scar may pucker or remain angry and raised. “Pouching” can also develop either above or below the scar, along with areas of numbness or altered sensation. Some scars remain painful long after they’ve healed, and can refer pain to the lower back or pelvic region. The bladder may also be affected, resulting in increased urinary frequency, and a non-symptomatic scar may suddenly cause problems during subsequent pregnancies.

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