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Question: Hii after c- section bleeding have stop again from today there is slight bleeding ..is it normal

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Answer: Hi,bleeding may continue till 6 weeks post delivery so don't worry.if the bleeding is too heavy than consult your Dr about this Have a good that is rich in iron like green vegetables. Dates Promegranate Raisins And in consultation with your Dr have irion supplements
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