Bleeding After 3 Months Of Delivery, Is Menstruation?
my wife had given a cesarean birth for 3.5 months after the normal vaginal discharge after delivery and the red blood, including menstruation began to return to normal
Thank you for the question.
Postpartum will normally last no more than 6-8 weeks after delivery. Even during the postpartum period, mucus that comes out in the form of bleeding generally will only last for the first 1-2 weeks. After that, the mucus that comes out will gradually change its color, which is brown, yellowish, then vaginal discharge along with the cleansing of the remaining pregnancy tissue in your uterus.
After the puerperium, if you have experienced regular vaginal discharge, then re-bleeding from the genitals, then it is most likely indeed means that your menstrual cycle has just begun. However, it could also be, this bleeding occurs due to injuries to your birth canal, disruption of hormonal balance, or other medical conditions, such as infections, benign or malignant tumors, bleeding disorders, the influence of drugs or birth control, and so on.
If your bleeding is natural, it's best not to panic. Stay active as usual, coupled with plenty of rest, eat a variety of healthy and nutritious foods, exercise discipline, don't stress, don't take any drugs or herbs, and don't ever have sexual relations that involve vaginal penetration during bleeding from your vagina.
Conversely, if bleeding continues (more than 2 weeks) with very much intensity, or appears accompanied by severe abdominal cramps and unpleasant smelling vaginal discharge, you can consult a doctor or obstetrician directly for further treatment according to the cause.
I hope this helps.