Do not pick at your scabs. You run the risk of infection and scarring issues. Ask your surgeon to evaluate your incisions and help you with wound care.
While it may be tempting to want to clean the scabs off yourself, unless your surgeon told you it is okay to be doing so, do not do it. A scab is a sign that the tissues and skin underneath are still healing and if you pick at them you could cause scarring or problems with healing. Best to call your surgeon and let them know you are having an issue and need to be in sooner. They should be happy to accomodate you.