How To Deal With Fresh Blood Clots Coming Out After 53 Days Of Delivery?
Hi, like this August 10 2019 I was born normally bb baby 2.5, I was 14 years old at first my stitches were getting better, but 42 days I was still spots and when urinating pain until now almost 53 days suddenly came out of lumps and fresh blood, that’s approximately why and what action should I take ??
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We understand the concerns that you feel.
Postpartum childbirth occurs within 40 days, but this can vary from woman to woman. The puerperal blood in medical terms is called lochia, is red in color and is more numerous then gradually decreases and becomes whitish yellow. Blood from the uterine lining will be released after the pregnancy has taken place, then the uterus will prepare again for the next menstrual cycle with the role of reproductive hormones in the body.
Associated with the release of clotted fresh blood may be caused by postpartum menstrual blood. This condition can take place in women after she has childbirth even though she is not really clean from the spots that come out. Of course the hormonal role greatly influences the atmosphere of the uterine wall, so you don't need to worry about the condition. Menstrual cycles in some women will return after the puerperium ends. However, some postnatal women do not experience menstruation for several months. Both conditions are reasonable conditions.
Associated with complaints of pain that is felt when urinating, the possibility of urinary tract infections or infections can occur in the former stitches.
What you should pay attention to is keeping the area of the woman clean, especially in the area of the post-delivery suture area. Wash with warm water or plain water, and dry with a clean towel or tissue after urinating / defecating. Don't forget to give an antiseptic such as betadine in gauze that is placed in the area of the former stitches to reduce the risk of infection and help accelerate wound healing. Use underwear that is comfortable and not too tight.
If the symptoms get worse, we suggest that you see your nearest doctor for further evaluation and examination.
Thus the information we can convey, hopefully helps