The best way to tell whether you have postpartums rash or a new rash is to see if you can smell it.
If you can’t smell it, you might not have a rash, but you should know if you’re not getting enough fluids.
The answer to whether you’re getting enough fluid depends on what your body has been doing during the previous two days.
For example, if you don’t get enough fluid because you’re in the middle of labor, then you’re probably not getting a post-partum condition.
On the other hand, if your body hasn’t been pumping enough fluids or you’re losing fluids fast, then it’s likely that you have an inflamed or postpartumpic rash.
To get a better idea of what your condition is, your OB/GYN may have a swab taken.
If the swab is negative for any of the following, you’re likely to have post-pregnancy post-surgical rash: postpartal swelling or bleeding that’s caused by a swelling or a sore that occurs in the area around the vagina or rectum.
It usually spreads to the skin around the rectum and causes itching or tenderness.
In addition, you may have: swelling in your vagina or vulva caused by pregnancy or childbirth, especially around the anus, which can cause pain or itching, or swelling around the base of your vagina that is associated with pregnancy.
This can cause discomfort or pain during sex.