Bleeding Again After 2 Months Of Labor?
Hello doctor, I want to ask, I just delivered maternity and postpartum hbis at maximum 60 days. Now Baby Suda 2 months 6 days. I want to ask, is it normal to experience bleeding when with her husband after 60 days? And why do I cough and feel a crunch in the abdomen and feel the blood coming out a little from mine?
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Postpartum, childbirth can last for 4 to 8 weeks (average 6 weeks). During the puerperium, the reproductive organs will experience involution so that it returns to its size and function as before before pregnancy. Of course, this time frame is not standard. Some people can experience puerperium in a faster time, some are slower.
If your childbirth has stopped, then you experience bleeding again, then this condition can occur due to natural factors, for example due to the return of your menstrual cycle after childbirth. However, this bleeding can also indicate other diseases, such as injury to the reproductive organs (such as injury or intimate contact), myoma, pelvic inflammation, uterine polyps, remaining placenta left in the uterus, impaired hormonal balance, impaired side effects of drugs or contraception, and so. You need to be vigilant and check the condition directly to the doctor or obstetrician if the blood comes out very massive, prolonged (more than 2 weeks), or appear accompanied by other complaints, such as fever, severe abdominal pain, urination or bowel disorders, and so.
Coughing often occurs due to inflammation of the respiratory tract, such as allergies, irritation, infection, or acid reflux of the stomach to the throat. A very frequent and tight cough can make the abdominal muscles contract excessively. This condition often causes you to feel pain in the abdomen area. The discharge of blood from the vagina that you experience when you cough (outside your proper menstrual cycle), may indicate one of the causes of postpartum hemorrhage as mentioned above.
We recommend that you check your complaint directly to the doctor or obstetrician so that appropriate treatment is given. If the doctor suspects that an illness has occurred, the doctor can also carry out further tests, such as ultrasound, laboratory tests, hormone tests, x-rays, and so on.
In the meantime, you can go through the steps below:
Don't do too tiring activities
Get plenty of rest 6 to 8 hours a day
Keep your intimate organs clean well
Compress the abdominal pain with warm water
Before sexual intercourse, make it a habit to do the maximum foreplay first to stimulate the discharge of vaginal lubrication so that there is no injury that causes bleeding
Reduce the consumption of oily and deprived food first
Also reduce consumption of cold foods and drinks so that the cough subsides
Not able to consume drugs
Always live a healthy lifestyle
Hope this helps ...