Continuous Bleeding After The Puerperium. Is It Normal?
I gave birth for 2 months, 36 days after my puerperium was normal according to the stages, on the 37th – 40th day, about 2 5 drops of blood came out, on the 40th – 55th day, vaginal discharge mixed with blood became brownish… on the 55th – 58th day already nothing came out. 2,, on day 59 – 70, about 5 drops of blood came out.. please explain. ny…rnMy midwife said that it was menstruation and it was normal because the uterus and other organs were still in the adjustment stage. .. so the time of menstruation. ny needs adjustment too.. please explain in detail and in detail.,,
The postpartum period is the period that occurs up to 6 weeks after giving birth (42 days). This period is useful to help remove excess blood and the lining of the birth that increases during pregnancy and therefore the discharge of blood and tissue through the woman during the puerperium is a normal condition. In addition, the postpartum period also allows a woman's body to recover as it was before pregnancy.
After the puerperium is complete then menstruation can occur. Postpartum menstruation can occur immediately after childbirth or can be late and sometimes a new woman can experience menstruation again after a few months after giving birth, especially in women who are exclusively breastfeeding.
Post-partum menstruation is also generally different from normal menstruation, which can be more/lesser and lasts longer/shortly but will gradually become normal over time so you don't have to worry too much about the condition you are currently experiencing if the bleeding is not normal. accompanied by other complaints such as severe abdominal pain or fever.
Follow the advice of your medical personnel and carry out control according to the recommendations of your medical personnel so that you get the treatment that suits your needs. You should also seek medical attention immediately if the bleeding is accompanied by severe lower abdominal pain or fever.
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