Puerperal Blood Clots After 2 Weeks Of Delivery By Cesarean Section?
Good afternoon … After 2 weeks of giving birth to my puerperal blood SC, I grew a lot more unlike the previous days, then issued a fairly large blood clot. Is that normal?
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Post cesarean section or normal childbirth, women will enter the period called the puerperium. This period lasts for approximately 40 days and is characterized by the discharge of puerperal blood. In general, puerperal blood is reduced in number and thickness over time, from the most numerous and darker on the first day, to becoming paler and slightly nearing the end of the puerperium.
In your case, puerperal blood that actually increases after 2 weeks may indicate a certain abnormality, can be influenced by fatigue, drastic weight loss, poor diet, certain infections, or certain structural abnormalities. To ensure this, you should check with your obstetrician so that you can do a history, physical examination and possibly support to see the tendency. The handling that you will receive later depends on the results of the inspection.
Meanwhile, what you can do for now is to make sure you live a healthy lifestyle with regular breaks, limit physical activity, meet nutritional needs by eating lots of fruits and vegetables, not taking drugs without doctor's advice, and stay away from cigarette smoke and pollution. So, hopefully answering your question.