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Have had submandibular gland removal surgery. When will scar become noticeable?

Hi.. I have had submandibular gland removal surgery last wednesday. Everything went well. But since yesterday I am having lot of pain.. Can it be due to lifting of my 4 month old daughter.. and how long does it takes to scar to become rarely noticeable. i was not taking any painkillers after surgery but since yesterday i am taking enodone and im breastfeeding .. even enodone is not making much difference
Asked On : Sat, 18 Aug 2012
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Hello and thank you for posting your query
It takes 7 days for a scar to heal if no infection is present.
The scar fades away slowly over a period of time. It may take 1 month or so.
You can have a pain killer for the pain.
If pain does not get relieved, you can have more doses.
Most of the pain killers do not cause ill effect to the breast fed baby.

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Answered: Fri, 24 Aug 2012
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