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Treatment for injury in the uterus - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Vaginal and Uterus Health
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Doctor :   Hi
User :   I had a baby 7 and a half weeks ago, I had a very heavy bleed after giving birth due to my uterous not contacting back. i lost a third of my blood and had to have a blood transfusion the next day. i am fine now but since resuming having sex (3 times so far) I have noticed I am bleeding during sex. whats wrong??
Doctor :   this could be due to uterine atony or persistant minor injury in t heuterus
Doctor :   this is not normal
User :   ok thank u will def go see doctor tomorrow
Doctor :   and u need to be evaluated by ur gynae
Doctor :   that the right approach
User :   its bright red blood
Doctor :   ok
User :   thank u for your time
Doctor :   u r welcome
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