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Severe stomach pain after cesarean childbirth. Scan showing free fluids in pelvis. What is the proper treatment? Will it affect next pregnancy?

My wife gone under operation and give a male child on May 01. 2012. After a month later she got severe stomach pain. I took her to the hospital and scan. The scan report says that FREE FLUIDS SEEN IN PELVIS . Please give me the information about 1. What is free fluids? 2. Is it cause any bad things to my wife? 3. What is the proper treatment? 4.Does it affect my wife s next pregnancy?
Asked On : Sun, 8 Jul 2012
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A free fluid in the abdomen after a cesarean section is suggestive of an infection in the lower abdomen. Proper antibiotics are needed to take care of this problem. If treated properly then it is not likely to affect her future pregnancies.
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Dr. Rakhi Tayal
Answered: Fri, 20 Jul 2012
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