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The source added, "Honestly, with even the tiniest bit of concealer, you wouldn't notice the scar, but it's all Carrie can focus on when she looks in the mirror.
The doctor has told Carrie that it could take up to two years to totally fade away, and he's warned her that there's a chance it may never completely disappear-but, if that is the case, there's a number of different plastic surgery options she can explore." Carrie "took a hard fall on some steps outside her home" on November 10, her rep confirmed, adding that "while there were no life-threatening injuries, she was taken to the hospital to be treated.
The source said, "If Carrie and Mike continue to grow apart, they will have no choice but to divorce." First Photo Emerges of Carrie Underwood After She Received 40 Stitches in Her Face — See the Pic!
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But if Mike continues to neglect her, their future together doesn't look bright.
"The wound has actually healed really well, the doctor who stitched Carrie's face up did a really amazing job.
Carrie has been following all of the doctor's advice-she's keeping out of the sun, making sure her face is well moisturized with petroleum jelly, and covered in factor 50 sunscreen when she does go outside, and she's gently massaging the area around the wound each day, but, she's struggling with one piece of advice-be patient," said a source to Hollywood earlier this month.
"Carrie’s been desperate to have a little brother or sister for Isaiah. She was hoping Mike would become more involved in the process of possible IVF treatments, if it came to that," the source explained, before adding, "[Mike] isn’t always cognizant of Carrie’s feelings and needs." In 2015, Carrie opened up about how her marriage actually change after she gave birth.
She even hinted at the fact that it's harder to keep the spark alive once a child is involved.
Words are she's struggling with self confidence since her face scar "isn't fading at all." "Carrie is trying her best to be patient but she can't help being frustrated, because she feels that the scar isn't fading at all," a source reportedly close to the country singer tells Hollywood