I had a complication free birth with a 1inch 2nd degree tear...I was still bleeding lightly at 6 weeks (but I don't sit still well) with no signs of infection or anything.
Wouldn't doing an exam risk introducing bacteria into the vagina? I mean, unless I had issues why would I need one?
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I, personally, cannot think of any reason why they are necessary for all women. I think most of us are in tune with our bodies enough to have a sense if something is wrong or needs to be checked out, and are responsible enough to take action if that is the case.
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