Motherhood is the beginning of a woman’s most beautiful journey. Right from the start, when she is informed about the good news to the final completion of those life changing 9 months, a woman goes through a complete mental, physical and emotional transformation like no other. Such a transformation brings along with it a number of unwanted marks and scars on the mother’s body after she gives birth to the life that lives inside her. Such scars usually appear on the body due to a C-section and are commonly known as Lower Segment Caesarian Section (LSCS). It is a cut made just above the urinary bladder and results in less blood loss making it the most commonly used C-section technique today. Such a cut is usually made when there are certain complications involved in the current or past birth processes, expectancy of twins or more or if the vaginal delivery is not possible due to the baby being breech (bottom down position). Post caesarian scar like a LSCS may not look as good as it should have been causing the stomach to look puckered and scarred. Moreover, the LSCS Scar Revision is needed because having a scar on your body tends to look ugly and may never disappear.


A C-section is a preferred technique of child birth for a number of reasons but the scar due to the incisions made can start causing issues as well.

  • Lower Back and Pelvic Pain:The sacrum is a triangular bone located at the base of the spine joining the hip bone on each side and requires movement. C-Sections often cause scar tissue to adhere to the tissues in front of the sacrum. This restricted mobility causes limited mobility and is what leads to lower back pain.
  • Frequency of Urination:Scar tissue from the incision doesn’t allow the bladder to expand fully. When the bladder expands and hits the scar tissue it sends a signal to the brain that the bladder needs to be emptied. The more scar tissue that builds up, the less the bladder can expand, causing problems in urination.
  • Pain During Intercourse: During intercourse the uterus needs to move out of the way, and if scar tissue is inhibiting this motion, deep thrusts during intercourse can be excruciating, leading to avoidance of the activity, which can cause damaging emotional scars for both parties in the relationship.
  • Infertility:The same adhesions causing painful intercourse can also cause infertility. Because the organs movements, including the uterus, are restricted infertility is a common result.

A LSCS Scar Revision is essential for all those women suffering from the above mentioned issues so that no further complication regarding reproduction or disruption of normal life is caused and your skin can be spot-free and scar- free at the same time.


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