Similar Questions with Answers
Question: I am having yellow discharge as after ,20 days of c section n bleeding
Answer: Hi dear if the discharge is yellow and no blood then ok as slowly gradually ur discharge will stop . In the starting period comes in red color which keeps on reducing in 3 to 4 weeks. Don't worry. It will go itself.
Question: Hi all
I had csec n my bleeding stopped after 40days of delivery...but after a week it again bleed for 2 days . Now again after 25 days...I noticed today it's bleeding..
Any idea what's going on? Plz suggest
Answer: Hi Dear!
If Its after a gap of 25 days fr the last 2 times then it could be periods too which hv settled down, something like this has happened to ne too..
Yes it is common for few mothers to not have periods regularly.
For breast feeding mothers also it is very common, the various hormonal upsurge take sometime to get stabilised in the body.
However few mothers get it right back within a month after delivery.
You need not worry its completely normal, even i had experienced the same.
When i heard that from people in my time i was happy that it wont come soon but it came and stayed.
I had a discussion on this with my Doctor she said its absolutely normal to get it back.
Your hormones are stabilised and body is working on its cycle, nothing to worry but still if u want you can consult your gynae..
Question: How many days after post delivery bleeding stops, i should consider the next bleeding as my first period?
Answer: Hello dear, ur periods returns often depends on whether ur are breast feeding or not, and u might find ur periods after pregnancy a little different. Your periods will most probably return about six to eight weeks after u give birth, if u are not breastfeeding. If u do breastfeed the timing for period to return can little late coz the of the body's hormones
Question: After 68 days of my delivery i spot little bleed .... After day i dont saw any bleed it means i got period s r i have any helath issue....
Answer: Hi..little spotting and brown discharge during pregnancy, is normal, therefore, do not worry. Keep yourself hydrated, drink lot of water and juices. However, if you feel it is little more than little, visit your gynaecologist, and get your check up done..