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Question: After c section some times I'm suffering with abdominal pain from 3 months or gastric prblm,how to get rid of it?

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Answer: Hello dear Yes, it is normal to have stomach pain after delivery. After delivery, your uterus is contracting and shrinking back to its normal size, and this may cause some lower abdominal cramps, called afterpains.
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