Perineal tears - third and fourth degree
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Perineal tears - third and fourth degree

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Title: PDF logo Perineal tears - third and fourth degree (PDF file) (Links to English resource)
Summary: It is common for the perineum to tear during a vaginal birth. Most often a tear will simply need to be stitched and will heal well, others will need more attention and time to heal. This information gives advice about how to care for yourself after a third or fourth degree tear.
Organisation: Royal Women's Hospital
Publishing date: August 2020
Last reviewed: August 2020
Target audience: Women

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