Continuous And Excessive Bleeding During The Puerperium?
I want to ask if I was born normally but the bleeding was not too much during the puerperium, but only a little out.e …. then I want 40 days how come a lot of bleeding …. during the first birth it wasn’t like this …. what this is bhaya
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Normally, after giving birth, women will experience the puerperium for about 2 to 8 weeks. The puerperal mucus will generally contain a lot of blood in the first 1 to 2 weeks after delivery. The rest, the mucus that comes out will usually be yellowish to whitish. However, this pattern is certainly not a standard benchmark. Some women have a shorter or longer period of the puerperium.
There are several conditions that can trigger excessive bleeding for a long time after giving birth as you experience:
The return of your normal menstrual cycle Hormonal imbalance, including due to stress, fatigue, weight loss, eating disorders Side effects of drugs, for example some pain medications, anti-inflammatory, anti-clotting drugs Infection, irritation, or tear of the reproductive organs Disorders of the other reproductive organs, such as myomas, uterine polyps, cervical cancer Blood clotting disorders, for example due to blood cancer, vitamin K deficiency, spinal cord disorders, DIC (disseminated intravascular coagulation), etc. You should see a doctor or obstetrician directly. if you find bleeding that is very much. That way, doctors can carry out further tests, including blood tests, ultrasound, and so on.
At this point, what you should do is:
Use sanitary napkins and change regularly to monitor the amount of bleeding Get plenty of rest Do not have excessive sexual intercourse as long as there is still a lot of bleeding from the vagina Maintain good vaginal hygiene Consume foods rich in vitamin K and iron Drink plenty of breastfeeding your baby exclusively breastfeeding to help speed up postpartum recovery No smoking or consuming alcohol Hope it helps ya ..