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Bleeding after delivery through my

I delivered a baby boy 20 days back. It was through an operation. The doctor told the child had difficulty in breathing hence the operation was done. After the operation i started noticing that i am bleeding through my vagina. Doctor told me this is normal and it will be there for one week. But already 20 days over still the bleeding is present. Is this normal and anything to worry about it.
Sun, 22 Nov 2009
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Just take a second opinion, if it is normal after a cesar operation. I too had an operative delivery and bled for 2 weeks though it was light and I put one pad per day. If it is lite spotting, then do not worry. Doctor is the best person to comment on it.BLEEDING MAY BE BECAUSE OF INFECTION..or may the suture may be slipped is better to go for 2nd opinion
  User's Response
Is it bleeding without stoppage? Why cant you change the doctor, I do not think it is normal after one week after delivery.
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