C Section Scar Help

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K - June 16

I had an emergency c-section three months ago, and recently my scar seems to look more raised and red. Does anyone know of any product that works well to help reduce the appearance C-section scars?

 

foxhoundsrgr8 - June 18

Apparently there is a product called Aloe Vera First, you have to spray it onto your scar and it's supposed to help with healing, at least so I've been told by quite a number of people...

 

Amanda - June 29

I use Mederma. I had a csection on May 15, and my scar is a thin grey line and I can't feel it or even tell where it is when I touch it. I think that by the time the summer is over, it will be gone completely. Mederma has also helped with my stretch marks. It has made them fade to a white color and the are no longer indentions. My tummy feels smooth. The key to the mederma though is to use it right away. My old stretch marks aren;t fading quite as fast as the new ones. Now all I need is a magic work out to get rid of this squishy tummy...

 

K - June 29

Thanks. I couldn't find the Aloe Vera First, but I researched and started using Aloe Vera Gel and it seems to have helped quite a bit with the redness after just a week of use. I was thinking about getting and trying the Mederma. Now I definitely will. I'm lucky as I didn't get any stretch marks, but if you find that magic work out to get rid of the squishy tummy, let me know!!!

 

snugglybugglys - June 29

Also if you go into the natural foods section of your grocery store, they have just strait vitamin E oil. That helps tons with scars. My mom had thyroid sugery and she used it everyday, now you can't even tell there is a scar. It's works great!

 

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