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Had caesarean delivery. Having creamish pink discharge. Having pain in the right abdomen after having sex. Reason?

Hi, I just had a baby Dec 1 , 2012 C-section and was breast feeding. I stop breast feeding full time at the end of February. i been getting my periods since january but its been off and on. i am having creamy discharge with pink discharge with it. I had sex at the end of Febraury the condom broke but he didnt get a chsnce to release. please help I am worried what this is. i have pain on my right adbomen. Could it be because of the c-section my healing process
Asked On : Mon, 18 Mar 2013
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After any abdominal surgery, healing would take place within 6 weeks and it would take up to two years for the tensile strength to return. So, any intense activity including intercourse is not performed at least for a period of two months. You could be having irregular periods as a result of the post-delivery hormonal imbalance. If you are worried about pregnancy, you may get a blood test to exclude/confirm and see your specialist for further suggestions. Hope this helps. Take care.
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