Bleeding Like Menstruation After 25 Days Of Delivery?
I gave birth on February 27, 2020. Initially the renewal and lokia had stopped. But on March 24, bleeding occurred again like menstruation. It’s been 3 days as usual menstruation. Is it normal?
Thank you for the question.
After giving birth, puerperal mucus which contains a lot of blood (lochia rubra and lochia sanguinolenta) will only come out for 1-2 weeks. Furthermore, puerperal mucus will gradually change its color to brown, yellowish, then vaginal discharge for 4 to 7 weeks later.
Your condition that returns blood resembles menstruation 1 month after giving birth can naturally occur due to the rest of the tissue that has not come out completely from your uterus after childbirth. It could also, this blood indicates your new menstrual cycle has begun again.
You need to be aware of this bleeding related to the disease if it appears in large quantities and is lumpy (more than 10 pads a day), prolonged duration (more than 2 weeks), or appears accompanied by severe stomach cramps, unpleasant odor, weakness, vomiting, vomiting , fever and other annoying complaints. If this is the case, your complaints could indicate inflammation of the pelvis, residual tissue in the uterus, bleeding disorders, torn intimate organs, myoma, cervical cancer, uterine cancer, and many other diseases. Go direct yourself to a doctor or obstetrician if you find these conditions to be given further treatment.
Conversely, if your complaint is mild, don't panic first. It's better if you stay at home first so that your risk of contracting COVID-19 can be avoided, while undergoing independent treatment, such as:
Multiply rest Do not have sex that involves vaginal penetration while bleeding is still out a lot Feed your baby Breast milk often Do not stress and do not also take any medicine Drink a lot, and eat foods whose nutritional value is balanced Hopefully it helps yes ..